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Phitrust encourages CAC 40 Companies to join the “Science Based Targets” initiative

Phitrust encourages CAC 40 Companies to join the “Science Based Targets” initiative

Phitrust, along with the investors of the Phitrust Active Investors France fund, has sent written questions to the executive boards of 34 companies listed on the CAC40 index in preparation of their 2018 Annual General Meetings, encouraging their participation in the Science Based Targets initiative.

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Alstom acquired by Siemens: but what do the shareholders do?

Alstom acquired by Siemens: but what do the shareholders do?

At a General Meeting held on 17 July 2018, the shareholders voted in favour of the acquisition of Alstom by Siemens. What a pathetic decision, when at the announcement of the discussions with Siemens the executives and the board of directors sold the idea of a “merger between equals”!

The takeover  of Alstom by Siemens presented as a merger “between equals“

The takeover of Alstom by Siemens presented as a merger “between equals“

Without contesting the strategic interest of the merger between these firms, this operation being presented as a merger “between equals” which is – if it is approved in these conditions – a takeover of Alstom by Siemens, and harms the minority shareholders with an insufficient control premium and is unsatisfactory in terms of governance.

Executive compensation: what do shareholders do?

Executive compensation: what do shareholders do?

Once again this year, executive compensation has created a media buzz about some emblematic cases, because they are too decorrelated from the economic and social reality of the company.

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