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Feasibility Study Results in December to be a Catalyst for this Junior
Henkel operates in three business segments: Adhesive Technologies, Beauty Care, and Laundry & Home Care.
HENKEL - BUY | EUR127 vs. EUR131 (+30%) Cutting our 2019 forecast for Adhesives Adhesives: no improvement expected in the next quarter Consumer: guidance at risk Revising downwards our expectations for 2019 Valuation limiting pressure on the stock
Item 2: Advisory vote on the remuneration report. The positive features of the remuneration overwhelm our moderate concerns about its quantum and the insufficient challenge of some LTI targets. The remuneration is weighted more towards rewarding long-term performance, the payout is adequately aligned with performance, and the quantum may be explained by the Compass group's strong performance. Item 13: The re-election of Mrs Vittal previously recorded a high level of total dissent of 22% due to over-boarding concerns. This year, Mrs Vittal has reduced the number of directorships which now fall...
Item 6: We recommend to oppose the revised remuneration system for the Management Board due to our concerns over the structure of remuneration being paid under the system: The maximum total remuneration (excluding pension benefits and benefits in kind) may reach as much as ~643% of base salary which significantly exceeds ECGS guidelines according to which the maximum total remuneration should generally not exceed 400% of base salary.
Item 2: Advisory vote on the remuneration report. Despite the Board's discretion to reduce the bonus outcome, the executive remuneration level is excessive: the base salary exceeds peer medians and the total pension benefit is 30% of the CEO's base salary. This does not meet the new UK Corporate Governance Code provisions, the recommendation of the Investment Association to reduce pensions and our acceptable maximum level for the UK market. Despite challenging performance conditions, the CEO's remuneration is excessively weighted towards variable incentives. The main performance criterion - Ad...