Ipsos is an independent survey-based research group based in France. Co. focuses exclusively on the production, interpretation, and distribution of information gathered from individuals about their views, desires, attitudes, and behaviors. It uses two principal methods of survey-based research: Quantitative research and Qualitative research. Co. organizes its business around six areas of specialization: Advertising Research; Marketing Research; Media Research; Opinion and Social Research; and Customer Relationship/Management Research. In addition, it divides its operations into five geographical areas: Europe, North America, Latin America, Asia-Pacific, and Middle East.
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A director at Ipsos sold 4,619 shares at 23.250EUR and the significance rating of the trade was 59/100. Is that information sufficient for you to make an investment decision? This report gives details of those trades and adds context and analysis to them such that you can judge whether these trading decisions are ones worth following. Included in the report is a detailed share price chart which plots discretionary trades by all the company's directors over the last two years clearly showing Close periods where trading activity is restricted under listing rules. The names of board members a...
IPSOS (FR), a company active in the Media Agencies industry, now shows a lower overall rating. The independent financial analyst theScreener just confirmed the fundamental rating of 4 stars out of 4, as well as the stock market behaviour of the title as moderately risky. However, environmental deterioration penalises the general evaluation, which is downgraded to Neutral. As of the analysis date July 31, 2020, the closing price was EUR 22.35 and its expected value was estimated at EUR 22.13.
In general, Unilever plc ("Unilever") is in compliance with the UK regulations relating to the organisation and procedures of the Extraordinary General Meeting. Under ITEM 1 approval is sought for a unification of Unilever under a single parent company: Unilever plc (i.e. Unilever NV will cease to exist). First of all, ECGS strongly endorses the strategic rationale of the (proposed) unification. It acknowledges the increased strategic flexibility and enhanced corporate governance in terms share structure and applicable regulators. Despite that the unification offers some corporate governanc...
Items 3 and 4: Remuneration report and policy Our concerns regarding the excessive short-term incentive overwhelm the positive features of the Hargreaves Lansdown's remuneration such as acceptable quantum and the payout adequately aligned with performance. We strongly disagree with any remuneration weighted more towards rewarding short-term performance and any LTI awards without performance conditions. Item 21: Amend the Hargreaves Lansdown Sustained Performance Plan 2017 We do not consider the proposed plan conditions satisfactory: ECGS strongly believes that the executive LTI should be su...
In general, Colruyt is compliant with the Belgian regulations relating to the organisation and procedures of an Extraordinary General Meeting. Under ITEM II.3, the board of directors seeks authorisation to increase the Company's share capital to issue shares to its employees. As a matter of principle, ECGS generally favours employee stock ownership plans since such plans help to align the interests of employees with those of their companies. However, since the authority requested is not conform to its guidelines, ECGS recommends to vote OPPOSE. In ECGS' view, ITEMS II.4 - II.8 are enabling r...
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