Institutional Investor Survey: Philippe Donnet, Best Insurance CEO

Generali is at the company la plus honorée du classement de l’Institutional Investor Survey. Philippe Donnet was named the best CEO of the insurance sector. Overall, it was awarded first place in the categories Meilleur Financial Director, Meilleur équipe Investor Relations (RI), Meilleurs professionnels des RI, Meilleur program de RI, Meilleur événement de Relations de RI, Meilleur ESG and Meilleur Conseil d’administration.

Philippe Donnet de Générali, was named “Best CEO” of the insurance sector in the 2022 edition of the annual ranking “Executive team from all over Europe” from the Investor Institution, a specialized magazine and independent research company in the field of international finance.

Finally, the group’s CFO, Cristiano Borean, won first place as “Meilleur CFO”.

L’équipe chargee des Relations avec les investisseurs et les Agences de notation It is ranked first in the “Best IR Team” and “Top IR Professionals” categories.

Giulia Raffo (#1) and Rodolfo Svara (#2 sellside), « Meilleur Program de RI » and « Meilleur événement RI ».

The group achieved first place in the categories “Best ESG” and “Best Board of Directors”.

Philippe Donnet, CEO of Groupe Generali, said: “This accomplishment confirms une fois de plus les qualités professionnelles exceptionnelles of one team fortement engagée in the sustainable growth of Generali, including through the bias of a permanent positive dialogue with the community finance.” et la mise en œuvre continue de notre ESG strategy ».

The ranking for institutional investors reflects the evaluations of 1,380 professionals and investors of 632 financial services companies. The CEO was evaluated on the criteria of credibility, leadership and communication, while the CFO was evaluated on the basis of capital management, financing and communication. A number of factors were examined to assess investor relations activities, particularly roadshows, quality of financial information, company and market knowledge, and company responsiveness and position.

The rest, the quality of the Board of Directors and the ESG settings were evaluated.

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