Proxinvest Corporate Governance Rating ® helps investors integrate governance into their investment decision and identify governance risks and opportunities within their portfolio.
Proxinvest Corporate Governance Rating ® Service rates European issuers through the analysis of four main themes :
Each theme is rated taking into account several comprehensive sub-categories.
Our unique two-step process to achieve each rating includes a first step quantitative valuation and a second step qualitative filter. Indeed, our process is supported by a network of local experts that have a deep knowledge of each local market best practices (from both customs and regulatory points of views).
If you are interested in the Proxinvest Corporate Governance Rating ®, please contact directly Proxinvest ( or +33(0)1 45 51 50 43).
KBC Group is a bank-insurance group engaged in providing products and services mainly to retail, private banking, SME and mid-cap clients. Co. focuses on its primary markets of Belgium, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Bulgaria. Co. is also present in Ireland and, to a limited extent, in several other countries to support corporate clients from its primary markets. Co.'s main brands are KBC and CBC in Belgium, CSOB in Czech Republic and Slovakia, K&H in Hungary, CIBANK and DZI Insurance in Bulgaria, and KBC Bank Ireland in Ireland. As of Dec 31 2014, Co. had 1,601 bank branches. In addition, Co. had total assets of Euro245.17 billion.
Founded in 1995, Proxinvest is an independent proxy firm supporting the engagement and proxy analysis processes of investors. Proxinvest mission is to analyse corporate governance practices and resolutions proposed at general meetings of listed firms.
Proxinvest main services are :
Proxinvest has been a pioneer and champion of good corporate governance and has grown into a recognised expert in the field.
Proxinvest is independently-owned and only works for investors : Proxinvest does not provide consulting services to the companies it covers, mitigating related risks to its clients and ensuring the independence of our analysis. As a result Proxinvest is able to take a robust, independent, engaged and unconflicted view of the companies in which our clients invest.
As Managing Partner of Expert Corprate Governance Service Ltd (ECGS), Proxinvest has built a large network of corporate governance experts to support clients in corporate governance analysis worldwide.
Europe & the UK remain in focus The MSCI ACWI ex-U.S. is breaking topside its nearly 14-month downtrend and above key resistance. The move is being fueled by improvements throughout most of Europe and the UK, along with strength in China over the past 2-3 months. We believe these positive developments are supportive of higher equity prices moving forward. As a result of these and several other observations highlighted below, our outlook on global equities is positive. • Europe & the UK. As has been the case over the last several weeks, a major focus of ours within global equities (ex-U.S.) h...
An objective examination of the growth drivers of indices (macroeconomic growth expectations, EPS momentum, monetary conditions and the cost of capital) leads us to believe that the momentum observed since the start of the year cannot be maintained in the short term. In short, the market (Stoxx 600) is ahead of its transition times and should enter a fluctuation band that we estimate at between 355 and 384 points. Consequently, the most rational attitude consists in a total or partial...
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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