Rank Company Country Industry Market Value ($ bil) Assets Description
1 Maybank Malaysia Banking 23.4 billion USD 135.9 billion USD Maybank was founded in 1960, and within three years, grew to more than 150 branches. Maybank has a market cap of 23.4 billion USD and assets of about 135.9 billion USD.
2 Tenaga Malaysia Utilities 18.5 billion USD 27.3 billion USD Tenaga was established in 1949, and since, has become the largest electricity utility company in Malaysia. The company deals with the generation, transmission, distribution, and sale of electricity.  In 1990, it became a private company owned by the government. Tenaga has a market cap of 18.5 billion USD and total assets of 27.3 billion USD.
3 Public Bank Malaysia Banking 18.5 billion USD 75.6 billion USD Public Bank is a top bank with a reputation as being the largest non-government-linked corporation in Malaysia. It was founded in 1966, with a total of 377 branches worldwide. Public Bank has a market cap of 18.5 billion USD and total assets of 75.6 billion USD.
4 CIMB Group Malaysia Banking 16 billion USD 101.7 billion USD The group consists of a variety of different entities. CIMB Group is the largest Asia Pacific based investment and Islamic bank.  Furthermore, it is a leading ASEAN universal bank. The CIMB Group market cap is 16 billion USD, with total assets of 101.7 billion USD.
5 Sime Darby Malaysia Diversified 15.2 billion USD 13.5 billion USD Sime Darby is the result of a merger between three important companies: Guthrie & Co., Harrisons & Crosfield, and Sime Darby & Co.  This diverse company is involved in several sectors across Malaysia, including plantations, property, industrial, motors, and energy & utilities. Sime Darby has a market cap of 15.2 billion USD and total assets of 13.5 billion USD.
6 Axiata Malaysia Telecommunications 15.2 billion USD 11.8 billion USD Formerly known as TM International, the company was rebranded in 2009 and given a new name and logo. Today, Axiata is one of Asia’s largest telecommunications company. It has a market cap of 15.2 billion USD and total assets of about 11.8 billion USD.
7 Petronas Chemicals Group Malaysia Oil and Gas 14.8 billion USD Petronas Chemicals Group (PCG) began its operations in 1985 and is involved in three specific divisions: olefins and derivatives, fertilizers, and methanol, as well as a variety of other chemicals. PCG has a market cap of 14.8 billion USD.
8 Maxis Malaysia Telecommunications 14.3 billion USD 7.1 billion USD Maxis is the only integrated communications service provider in Malaysia and has been ahead of competitors technologically since their creation in 1995. Today, the bulk of Maxis customers are pre-paid mobile plan users, and account for over three quarters of its total customers, which is approximately 10.5 billion users. The company has a market cap of 14.3 billion USD and assets worth over 7.1 billion USD.
9 Petronas Gas Malaysia Oil and Gas 12.8 billion USD 3.8 billion USD PETRONAS, which stands for Petroliam Nasional, was founded in 1974 and deals with a wide-range of petroleum-based responsibilities. The company has a market cap of 12.8 billion USD and 3.8 billion USD total assets.
10 Genting Malaysia Hospitality 10.2 billion USD 18.2 billion USD The group was established in 1965 and consists of four entities: Genting Malaysia Berhad, Genting Plantations Berhad, Genting Singapore, and Genting Hong Kong Limited. Genting Group has a market cap of 10.2 billion and approximately 18.2 billion worth of total assets.

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