L'assemblée générale des actionnaires du 9 mai 2019 a approuvé une résolution d'acquisition et de vente par la société de ses propres actions pour un prix maximum unitaire de 180 €. Cependant, en raison de la hausse du cours de l'action qui s'élève actuellement à 199,6 €, il a été décidé de soumettre une nouvelle autorisation dans les mêmes termes et conditions que celle approuvée précédemment mais pour un prix maximum unitaire porté à 250 €. Le rachat a bien été exclu en période d'offre et les autres caractéristiques de la résolution semblent acceptables pour la soutenir.
Teleperformance is engaged in outsourced customer experience management. Co. delivers integrated solutions to corporations and administrative bodies worldwide to manage all aspects of the customer-relations cycle on their behalf. Co.'s activities include four core business areas: customer care (these are services provided as part of customer service management); technical support; debt collection; and business information and marketing actions. As of Dec. 31, 2013, Co. had approximately 110,000 computerized workstations across 46 countries. Co.'s client includes industries like Telecoms, Internet, Financial services, Technology/media, Insurance, Government sector and Utilities.
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>H1 satisfactory overall: +5% organic growth - TÃ©lÃ©performance reported contrasting H1 results with: 1/ +3.7% sales growth to â‚¬Â 2,660m whereas we had forecast â‚¬Â 2,566m (consensus: â‚¬Â 2,554m). Most of this gap stemmed from organic growth which reached +5% (ODDO BHF estimate: +0.6%, consensus: +0.1%) with strong growth in Q2 of +3.8% which was an excellent performance against the current backdrop (consensus: -5.7%). 2/ EBITA disappointed slightly (â‚¬Â 253mÂ vs ODDO BHF esti...
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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