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Jeronimo Martins S.G.P.S. is a holding company. Through its subsidiaries, Co. is engaged as a food distribution company with operations in Poland and Portugal. Co. operates in four segments: Portugal Retail, which comprises the business unit of JMR - Gestao de Empresas de Retalho, SGPS, S.A. (Pingo Doce supermarkets); Portugal Cash & Carry, which includes the wholesale business unit Recheio; Poland Retail, which includes the business unit with the brand Biedronka; and Others, which includes marketing services and representations, restaurants in Portugal, health and beauty retail in Poland, and its retail business in Colombia.
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In item 4, shareholders are called to an advisory vote on the remuneration report. We have serious concerns over the variable remuneration structure, as it exclusively depends on annual results and no limits to the maximum bonus are disclosed. In our opinion, the executive remuneration is not adequately linked to long-term results, hence he recommend opposition. In item 5, the AGM is called to appoint the members of all corporate bodies (Board of Directors, Board of General Meeting and the statutory auditor) in a single item. The members of the Board of Directors and the Board of General Meet...
EME Equity Market – February 2019 Market performance – ASE Index up 11.5% mom in February. The ASE index outperformed its rivals in February, rising by 11.5%, following a mom gain of 3.5% in January. Bucharest was the second-best performer, up 10.2% in February, while Prague’s PX recorded a mom gain of 3.2%. The MSCI EME was in correction mode in February, losing 1.6% mom, following January’s double-digit growth of 11.3% mom; while the MOEX and BUX both lost 1.3% mom in February; and the Turkish ISE30 was down 2.1% mom. Last but not least, the worst performer was the WIG20, which recorded a lo...
Proxinvest attire l’attention des actionnaires sur les points suivants : Tout d’abord les rémunérations attribuées au titre de 2018, résolutions Ex Post, rencontrons des recommandations négatives du fait que la société ne communiquent pas les taux d’atteintes de chacun des critères de performance pour la rémunération variable. Concernant les politiques de rémunération, Proxinvest recommande l’approbation des politiques du fait de l’amélioration en termes de transparence et l’inclusion d’un critère lié au RSE.
Rémunérations : La société communique très précisément la nature des critères quantitatifs non financiers, mais elle ne communique ni leurs poids individuels, ni les objectifs qui devaient être atteints, ce qui ne permet pas aux actionnaires d’estimer si les montants attribués au titre de cette part sont bien alignés sur les performances réalisées, et ce alors même que cette part pèse pour 42% du bonus du Directeur Général. Par ailleurs, l’un des critères de performance des actions de performance permet l’acquisition en cas de sous-performance du critère, ce qui n’est pas une pratique acceptab...
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