MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2012
Over the last few years, corporate scandals, bailouts, and bankruptcies have greatly damaged investors' trust in some of the country's largest public companies. However, even today, many corporations are models of openness and integrity.
In a recent article, Forbes set out to identify the most transparent and trustworthy businesses that trade on American exchanges. Forbes turned to Audit Integrity, an independent financial analytics company in Los Angeles. Audit Integrity recently merged with the Corporate Library and GovernanceMetrics International to form GMIRATINGS (GMI).
One of the great companies that Rankin & Rankin Insurance represents, Cincinnati Financial, not only made the list but scored at the top of the Large-Cap companies list, shown in the picture below.
Rankin & Rankin Insurance is proud to have a relationship with such a transparent and trustworthy business as Cincinnati Financial.
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