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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
96% of S&P 100 companies have no Director under 40
-17% in the CAC 40 CEO’s average 2020 Fixed Compensation
90% of S&P 100 companies haven't declared any Climate/Environment skills in their Boards
85% of Stoxx Europe 600 companies haven't declared any Climate/Environment skills in their Boards
Only 1% of HDAX companies integrated quantified E-Climate objectives in their CEO's Annual Variable Compensation Policy
35.3% of the SBF120 companies having held their 2021 AGM have at least 1 Say on Pay resolution with <80% approval rate
43% of the FTSE100 CEOs are extranationals
2/3 of the SBF120 new CEOs in the last 12 months were internal successors
37.5% of CAC 40 CEO resignations in the last 12 months under pressure
42 : Number of CEO transitions in Stoxx Europe 600 companies in 2019; 2 times less than in 2019
Only 22% of EuroStoxx 50 companies have declared Climate/Environment skills in their Boards
0%-75% : Min - Max Women's Representation on the Boards of AGEFI-Ethics & Boards Asset Management Index companies
International Women's Day : 33.3% Women's Representation on the Executive Committees of 8 FTSE 100 companies with Woman CEOs 23% average of other FTSE 100 companies
ecoDa's Response to the European Commission Consultation on Sustainable Corporate Governance
ecoDa agrees on the overarching goal of the European Commission to promote sustainable value creation by companies. As a general statement, we welcome all the remarkable work done by the European Commission and the leadership role it plays at the international level to promote sustainable finance and fair competition. The Action Plan on Sustainable Finance has already materialized through important legislative pieces which reinforce the trends observed recently. The engagement of financial actors is creating systemic changes. All these texts, whether they deal with taxonomy or institutional investors' and asset managers' duties, are ultimately impacting company strategy and the operating methods of boards of directors.
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