Cette assemblée demande à remplacer la résolution 7 ordinaire de l'assemblée du 12 janvier 2016 de rachat d'actions. Cette modification change le prix maximum d'achat de 80 € par action à 160 € par action, suite à l'hausse du cours pendant l'année. Malheureusement cette résolution est toujours maintenue en période d'offre publique, ainsi Proxinvest ne soutient pas la résolution.
EXEL Industries designs and manufactures precision spraying equipment that it markets to three markets: farming, industry and consumers. Co. organizes its operations into two divisions: Plant Protection (manufactures professional, semi-professional and consumer agricultural spraying equipment for plant protection; plant health products sprayed include herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, liquid fertilizers and other products) and Material Protection (supply of material protection products in two different areas: paint and viscous industrial product application equipment; and elimination of dust and odors).
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The independent financial analyst theScreener just awarded an improved star rating to EXEL INDUSTRIES SA (FR), active in the Commercial Vehicles & Trucks industry. As regards its fundamental valuation, the title receives an improved star rating and now shows 4 out of 4 possible stars. With regard to its market behaviour, it remains unchanged and can be qualified as risky. theScreener considers that these elements allow slightly upgrading its rating to Neutral. As of the analysis date September 6, 2019, the closing price was EUR 46.80 and its expected value was estimated at EUR 45.85.
ITEMS 6 and 7: On December 2018, Elliott announced holding 2.5% of the capital of Pernod Ricard and, among other things, was asking for an improvement of the Group’s governance. Since their announcement, the following changes happened: Patricia Barbizet, Chairwoman of the French High Committee of Governance (“Haut Comité de Gouvernement d’Entreprise”) became Lead Independent Director in January 2019 The company proposes the election of 2 independent directors to this 2019 AGM. These elections allow for a better independence rate of the Board and allow for a decrease of the overrepresentati...
GOUVERNANCE Depuis l’arrivée du fonds activiste Elliott au capital de la société, les changements suivants ont été faits en termes de gouvernance : - Patricia Barbizet, Présidente du Haut Comité de Gouvernement d’Entreprise, a été nommée Administratrice référente en janvier 2019- La société propose à la présente assemblée la nomination de 2 administrateurs indépendants, ce qui aura pour effet de porter le taux d’indépendance à près de 43% selon Proxinvest (contre 36% l’an dernier).- Ces nominations ont également pour effet de faire baisser légèrement la surreprésentation du Concert au conseil...
Disposal of 60% of Kantar business is tabled to vote. This is the biggest step in the WPP reorganisation announced at the end of 2018. The CEO Mark Read, Sir Martin Sorrell’s successor, set out a three-year plan of “radical evolution” to return the business to growth, aiming a new WPP as a leader in creativity and technology. Part of this broad restructuring, WPP has simplified its businesses, sold off companies (according to FT, more than 30 subsidiaries for a total of almost £900m), cutting 3,500 jobs worldwide. After the deal, Kantar will be held 60% by Bain Capital (indirectly) and 40% by ...
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