• TickerEXO
  • ISINNL0012059018
  • SectorFinancial Services
  • CountryNetherlands
Expert Corporate Governance Service (ECGS)

Exor – AGM 20 May 2020

In item 2.b, shareholders are called to an advisory vote on the 2019 Remuneration Report. Overall remuneration amounts are reasonable, and we appreciate the Board's decision not to activate long-term incentive plans in 2020, in light of current difficult economic situation generated by Covid-19 pandemic. However, we strongly regret that the annual cash bonus depends on only one indicator (NAV per share versus MSCI World Index), which is not in accordance with ECGS guidelines, requiring for a variety of financial and non-financial performance conditions. Therefore, we recommend opposition.   ...

An unfavourable environment weighs on EXOR, which sees a downgrade to Negative

The independent financial analyst theScreener just requalified the general evaluation of EXOR (IT), active in the Asset Managers industry. As regards its fundamental valuation, the title still shows 1 out of 4 stars and its market behaviour is seen as risky. theScreener believes that the unfavourable environment weighs on the sector and penalises the company, which sees a downgrade to its general evaluation to Negative. As of the analysis date March 17, 2020, the closing price was EUR 43.48 and its target price was estimated at EUR 41.31.

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  • Ross LaDuke

Vermilion Int'l Compass: Global Equity Strategy

Growth Over Value We continue to see coronavirus concerns as helping correct the excess bullish sentiment in the short-term. Additionally, considering the dearth of breakdowns, we continue to believe this is a bull market until proven otherwise and a “buy the dip” strategy remains warranted. • Major Indexes Holding Up Well. As mentioned above, breakdowns in major indexes are hard to come by. EM (MSCI EM), China (MSCI China), Europe (STOXX 600), MSCI ACWI, ACWI ex-US, and EAFE have all pulled back to their 50-day MAs, while Japan (TOPIX) appears to be finding support at its 100-day MA. With s...

Feasibility Study Results in December to be a Catalyst for this Junior

Feasibility Study Results in December to be a Catalyst for this Junior

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  • Ross LaDuke

Vermilion Int'l Compass: Global Equity Strategy

More cracks begin to show Weaker than expected data out of China and an as-expected 0.1% preliminary GDP contraction for the 2nd quarter in Germany has global equities back on the defensive, with the MSCI ACWI, ACWI ex-US, and EAFE back near logical support. In last week's Int'l Compass we noted that some cracks are beginning to show in the form of STOXX 600 Banks and Brent crude breakdowns, which led us to believe global equities are vulnerable to a breakdown. Below we highlight more cracks that are showing, which only increases the likelihood that equities may be poised to break down. • Mo...

Dave Nicoski ...
  • Ross LaDuke

Vermilion Int'l Compass: Global Equity Strategy

Growth Over Value We continue to see coronavirus concerns as helping correct the excess bullish sentiment in the short-term. Additionally, considering the dearth of breakdowns, we continue to believe this is a bull market until proven otherwise and a “buy the dip” strategy remains warranted. • Major Indexes Holding Up Well. As mentioned above, breakdowns in major indexes are hard to come by. EM (MSCI EM), China (MSCI China), Europe (STOXX 600), MSCI ACWI, ACWI ex-US, and EAFE have all pulled back to their 50-day MAs, while Japan (TOPIX) appears to be finding support at its 100-day MA. With s...

Dave Nicoski ...
  • Ross LaDuke

Vermilion Int'l Compass: Global Equity Strategy

More cracks begin to show Weaker than expected data out of China and an as-expected 0.1% preliminary GDP contraction for the 2nd quarter in Germany has global equities back on the defensive, with the MSCI ACWI, ACWI ex-US, and EAFE back near logical support. In last week's Int'l Compass we noted that some cracks are beginning to show in the form of STOXX 600 Banks and Brent crude breakdowns, which led us to believe global equities are vulnerable to a breakdown. Below we highlight more cracks that are showing, which only increases the likelihood that equities may be poised to break down. • Mo...

Dave Nicoski ...
  • Ross LaDuke