SOURCE: Institutional Investor

Institutional Investor

January 09, 2014 08:00 ET

BorgWarner Tops List of Michigan's Most Honored Companies in Institutional Investor's All-America Executive Team Ranking

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Jan 9, 2014) - Motor vehicle parts and systems supplier BorgWarner claims six top-ranked positions in the 2014 All-America Executive Team survey, Institutional Investor's annual poll of investors and sell-side analysts regarding America's top executives, IR professionals and IR programs.

The company's CEO James Verrier, CFO Ronald Hundzinski, IR Professional Kenneth Lamb II and its investor relations program each claimed at least one published spot, placing BorgWarner among a select group of Most Honored Companies.

The rest of Michigan's Most Honored Companies are:

Other notable companies receiving strong marks include: Perrigo Co. in Pharmaceuticals, General Motors Co. in Autos & Auto Parts, CMS Energy Corp. in Electric Utilities, Delphi Automotive in Autos & Auto Parts, PulteGroup in Homebuilders & Building Products, ITC Holdings Corp. in Electric Utilities, Dow Chemical Co. in Chemicals, and TriMas Corp. in Electrical Equipment & Multi-Industry.

The 2014 All-America Executive Team is based on the votes of 1,405 portfolio managers and analysts from buy-side investment firms and 1,209 analysts from sell-side firms. An in-depth feature article profiling the 2014 All-America Executive team will be published in the December/January issue of Institutional Investor magazine as well as online at

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