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L'Oreal acts as a holding company. Through its subsidiaries, Co. plays a strategic coordination role and scientific, industrial and marketing coordination role on a global basis. Co. develops, manufactures and commercializes products for Skin care, Hair care, Make-up, Perfumes, Toiletries and deodorants, and Oral cosmetics. Co. has three branches: Cosmetics, Body shop and Dermatology. Co.'s principal activities comprise four divisions: Professional Products, Consumer Products, L'Oreal Luxe and Active Cosmetics. The Body Shop branch offers various cosmetics and toiletry products. The Dermatology branch offers topical dermatology prescription, and corrective and aesthetic dermatology.
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As a dominant player in the global cosmetics industry, L’Oréal has developed an attractive portfolio of leading brands that have helped it secure an enduring competitive edge. We maintain these brands have allowed L’Oréal to develop long-standing relationships with retailers that rely on its offerings to drive store traffic; these assets, coupled with the firm’s attractive cost structure, underpin our wide moat rating. While we expect ample competition in the near term, particularly as newer distribution channels like e-commerce remove some of the initial barriers for newer entrants, we think ...
Wide-moat L’Oréal finished 2018 on a strong note, with 8.6% comparable sales growth during the fourth quarter leading to full-year growth of 7.1%. The Active Cosmetics (8% of sales) and Luxe (35% of sales) segments continued to be the key drivers of these gains, chalking up 15% and 12% like-for-like sales growth, respectively, during the quarter. We expect these businesses to lead growth longer term as well (with each segment averaging high-single-digit growth over the next five years) as indust...
General: Supervisory Board member Prof. Dr. Theo Siegert is a member of the Adivsory Committee of DSW, the local partner of ECGS. This report has been prepared using standard ECGS guidelines. Item 1: Unlike at German stock corporations, shareholders of a KGaA are legally required to vote on the annual accounts. Item 5: In financial year 2018, the Supervisory Board of Henkel Management AG, in line with recommendations of the Shareholders' Committee's Human Resources Subcommittee, decided to adopt various changes to the Management Board members' remuneration system, applicable as of financial ...
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