21,5% of the STOXX Europe 600 companies still have no woman in their Executive Committee or are with no information disclosed
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92,5% of CAC 40 companies have published quantified long term Climate objectives
52,5% of CAC40 companies have at least 1 Say on Pay resolution approved <80% during their 2021 AGMs
On average, a DAX 30 Board Member's remuneration per board meeting was 3,8 times that of a CAC 40 Director in 2020
AEX Index CEO's average 2020 Fixed Compensation increased by +7%, whereas it decreased by -17% in the CAC 40
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La 18ème édition, organisée par l'AGEFI en partenariat avec Ecovadis, le cabinet CMS et Ethics & Boards, récompense les meilleures pratiques en matière de gouvernance.
36% of the SBF120 companies have no Board committee in charge of CSR / Sustainability
53% of the FTSE100 companies have no Board Committee in charge of CSR/Sustainability
92% of the HDAX companies have no Board Committee in charge of CSR/Sustainability
62% of the S&P 100 companies have no Board Committee in charge of CSR/Sustainability
SBF120 has 2,5 times more British Directors than FTSE100 has French Directors
The youngest CEO of the Stoxx Europe 600 is 42 years old and the eldest is 76.
-18,6% average 2020 CAC 40 non-executive Director remuneration per board meeting vs 2019
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80% of the E&B Automotive Boards have no Committee in charge of Risks
42% of the S&P 100 Chairs are distinct from CEOs, 38% in 2017
In 2020, CAC 40 Boards held 2 more meetings in average than in 2019
52.5% of the CAC 40 CEOs waived part of their 2020 annual total compensation up to a maximum of 65%
87% of Female Board Members are Independent in FTSE MIB versus 52% for Male Board Members