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The Roger Award

The Roger Award For The Worst Transnational Corporation operating in New Zealand has run annually since 1997. There are no prizes for guessing whom it is named after. It is organised by CAFCA and GATT Watchdog, both Christchurch-based groups.

The judges have awarded prizes for runners up, continuity and collaborators. The Award has attracted considerable interest since its inception (even from the corporate media), and has had a succession of distinguished and completely voluntary judges. The events to announce the winners have become highly memorable in their own right.

Youi Wins 2016 Roger Award for the Worst Transnational Corporation Operating In Aotearoa/New Zealand

IAG/State Insurance Is Second; Uber Third

The full Judges Report, with details on all winners and finalists, can be downloaded here.

The six finalists were: Bathurst Resources, Coca Cola, IAG/State Insurance, Uber, Westpac and Youi.

Further details about the 2016 Roger Award are available here.

IAG / State Insurance wins 2015 Roger Award

Full details of all entrants and their final placings.

2015 Roger Award - Judges' Report (PDF 310KB)

Adobe Acrobat (PDF) document containing the Chief Judge’s Statement, judges' comments and a financial analysis of the 2015 Winner, IAG / State Insurance.

Archive

Roger Award winners

Details about Roger Award winners from previous years.

2014 Roger Award

Full details of all award winners, runners up and other entrants.

The Roger Award 2014 - Judges' Report (PDF 527KB)

Download our PDF document detailing the judges' findings, including a financial analysis of the winner, ANZ Bank.

2013 Roger Award

Find out who won the 2013 Roger Award, along with details of the finalists and other award winners.

 

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