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Akzo Nobel N.V. is a holding company. Through its subsidiaries, Co. is engaged in the production and marketing of paints, coatings and specialty chemicals. Co. has three segments: Decorative Paints, which supplies products for the professional and do-it-yourself markets, including paints, lacquers and varnishes, as well as products for surface preparation; Performance Coatings, which is divided into the following businesses: Automotive and Aerospace Coatings, Industrial Coatings, Marine and Protective Coatings, and Powder Coatings; and Specialty Chemicals, which are used in products such as ice cream, soups, disinfectants, plastics, soaps, detergents, cosmetics, paper and asphalt.
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Consumers: Ahold Delhaize nominates Natalie Knight to succeed Jeff Carr. Carrefour reports 3Q numbers CAFP1.750 5/26 preferred. Nestle downgraded by Fitch and Moody's. TMT: Telenor reports 3Q19 results and maintains 2019 guidance. Industrials: AkzoNobel: satisfactory 3Q19 numbers; we prefer DSM over AkzoNobel
Agfa-Gevaert: Sale process well underway. AkzoNobel: 3Q19 REBIT in line due to one-off, €500m buyback announced. Barco: Increased FY19 EBITDA margin guidance. Brunel: profit warning FY19; double trouble. Heineken: All to play for. Melexis: Inventory correction bottomed out. Orange Belgium: Reassuring 3Q19, guidance confirmed.
Agfa: First-round bids are open according to Reuters Akzo Nobel: 3Q broadly in line with CSS but helped by ‘Others’ Barco: 3Q19 top-line in line despite weaker Control Rooms Brunel International: Profit warning: hit across the board ForFarmers: Missed opportunity Heineken: Volume +2.3%, outlook slightly more conservative Heineken Holding: 3Q19 Trading Update Melexis: Mixed 3Q19 and outlook, Positive on destocking Orange Belgium: Q3 results beat expectations despite headwinds WDP: 3Q19 trading update in line with estimates
In general, Argenx is in compliance with the Dutch regulations relating to the organisation and procedures of the Extraordinary General Meeting. Under ITEM 3, the board of directors seeks approval to amend the Company’s stock option plan ("the Plan"). Although ECGS has no (major) concerns over the proposed amendments, it notes that Plan allows for a (potential) aggregate capital increase of 14.5% of the Company’s issued share capital, which exceeds ECGS’guidelines. In addition, ECGS considers the vesting period for time vesting awards (of between 1 and 3 years) too short. Based on the above, ...
In general, Coloplast is in compliance with the Danish regulations relating to the organisation and procedures of the Annual General Meeting. Under ITEMS 4 and 5.2 the board of directors seeks approval for the Company's remuneration report (ITEM 4) and remuneration policy (ITEM 5.2). Although ECGS strongly welcomes the first separate remuneration report, Coloplast's remuneration structure is NOT considered to be in line with its guidelines. Accordingly, ECGS recommends to vote OPPOSE to both agenda items. Under ITEM 6.1 it is proposed to (re-)appoint Mr. Lars Søren Rasmussen as Chairman of ...
In general, Adyen is in compliance with the Dutch regulations relating to the organisation and procedures of the Extraordinary General Meeting. Under ITEM 2, the supervisory board proposes to newly appoint Ms. Mariëtte Bianca Swart as the Company's Chief Legal and Compliance Officer (CLCO) and member of the executive board for a period of 4-years. ECGS has no concerns over Ms. Swart’s appointment and accordingly recommends to vote FOR. Under ITEM 3, the supervisory board proposes to newly appoint Mr. Kamran Zaki as Adyen's Chief Operating Officer (COO) and member of the executive board for a...
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