Sodexo is a services company which partners with companies, institutions and local authorities. Co. designs, manages and delivers Quality of Life services. Co.'s offers are: On-Site Service Solutions (Co.'s services are: Corporate, Defense, Justice Services, Remote sites, Health Care, Seniors, Education and Sports and Leisure), Benefits and Rewards Services Solutions (Co.'s offers focus on the following services: recruit and retain employees and increase their motivation; mobilize teams around quantitative or qualitative objectives; ensure delivery of Public Benefits), and Personal and Home Services (services in childcare; tutoring and adult education; concierge services and senior care).
Since 1996, Bryan, Garnier & Co has been growing with an absolute conviction that the investment banking landscape would experience a major revolution: most of the large local generalist banking groups will disappear to the benefit of a handful of global powerhouses, and an emerging group of independent, highly specialised boutique investment banks.
Sodexo Will Achieve 100% of its RE100 Commitment for Renewable Energy in the U.S. Next Year Gaithersburg, MD, Jan. 27, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Sodexo, a leader in food services and facilities management, announced today the company’s commitment to support the renewable energy infrastructure by purchasing renewable energy credits (RECs) covering 50 percent of electricity consumption by the end of FY22 and 100 percent by FY23. This commitment is fueled by Sodexo’s joining of RE100 in 2021, the global initiative bringing together the world’s most influential businesses committed to 100 perc...
Our annual Forum was held, for the second year, in digital format, bringing together 314 companies (vs. 293 in 2021), 51% of which were non-French, and around 1,193 investors (52% foreign), equivalent to around 10,800 one-to-ones (with a further ramp-up of ESG meetings). - This document gathers a brief feedback from the bond issuers who attended the forum. - - >Investment Grade - Accor, Aéroports de Paris, Amadeus, Arkema, Carrefour, Coface, Easyjet, Edenred, Eiffage, Imerys, ...
Notre Forum annuel vient de se dérouler, en format digital pour la seconde année : il a réuni 314 sociétés (vs 293 en 2021) dont 51% non-françaises, et près de 1 193 investisseurs (52% étrangers), soit l’équivalent de près de 10 800 one-to-one (avec une nouvelle montée en puissance des meetings ESG). - Ce document synthétise nos feed-back concernant les émetteurs obligataires présents. - - >Investment Grade - Accor, Aéroports de Paris, Amadeus, Arkema, Carrefour, Coface, Easyj...
Q4 sales beat CS expectations by 1% Anticipated normalizing trends in Q4 Robust US trends, terminated licences and Covid weighed on performances of Europe and Asia-Pacific FY21 margin outlook slightly better than expected What to expect for 2022?
Significant margin beat in Q4 Q4 FX-n growth was also better-than-expected Inventories start again a healthy reduction Current trading in line with CS expectations FY21 divided of SEK6.5 and new share buyback programme announced
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