Digital transparency test for non-listed companies continues into fourth year – inclusions & deadlines

In line with increasing demands for accountability and transparency, Webranking by Comprend will continue to include and assess major non-listed companies in Italy and Switzerland. The ranking is conducted by Lundquist.

 

Noting the pivotal role that Italy’s and Switzerland’s non-listed companies play in their respective economies, this is the fourth year that Webranking takes an in-depth look at a section of companies that have an important impact on society, culture and economy.

 

Webranking by Comprend is Europe’s most in-depth annual analysis of online financial and corporate communication, covering the largest companies by market capitalization and largest non-listed companies in Europe and globally. Find out if your company is included below.

 

Deadline of evaluations 

The ranking process for non-listed companies will close on Friday, 29 September 2017. Companies that are planning on updating their websites or launching a new one towards mid-September should send us an email to Caroline Becker (caroline.becker@lundquist.it) by September 22nd with a list of all updates (including links) to guarantee an accurate evaluation. A discount will be provided to those who pre-order a report by mid-September.

                                                                                                                     

An international communications event announcing the winners of the Italian and Swiss edition will be held in Milan on the 22nd of November.

 

How companies are evaluated

The Webranking study evaluates the corporate and financial information found within the local language version of a company’s corporate website (excluding commercial sections), as well as through the company’s social media channels.

 

The Webranking 2017 protocol for non-listed companies takes into account the needs of stakeholders, based on annual surveys targeting the capital market, job seekers and the web managers of large companies. The criteria has been adapted to the particular requirements of non-listed companies in order to match their requirements.

 

Spotlight on the previous edition’s results – Italy

Published in Corriere Economia, last year’s research saw state-controlled financial services provider SACE came out on top with 53.2 points, tire company Pirelli in second place with 49.1 points and state-owned transport enterprise Ferrovie dello State in third place with 43 points.. Find out how the other Italian non-listed companies fared, and if your company is included or excluded in this year’s ranking.

 

Spotlight on the previous edition’s results – Switzerland

Published in Bilanz, the third edition of the Swiss Webranking saw Swiss Post clinching first place with 50.7 points, and Swiss railway provider SBB in third place with 47.6 points. Zürcher Kantonalbank takes second place with 48.5 points. Find out how the other Swiss non-listed companies fared, and if your company is included or excluded in this year’s ranking. 

 

Sector Benchmarks

 

The sector reports, indicate whether companies are responding transparently to the most critical issues facing their industry. The reports also offer a direct peer group comparison, giving companies an in-depth look into how their competitors are operating in this space.

 

Over the years, we have published sector reports on banking, insurance, oil and gas and healthcare, which were covered in International Banker, Investment Europe, Insurance Day, and eHealthNews.eu.

 

For more information about the 2016-2017 results for Italyand Switzerland, please visit our whitepaper section.

 

Companies included in the Italian non-listed ranking

Companies included in the Italian non-listed ranking

Alfa Sigma
Anas
Angelini
Ansaldo Energia
Api
Aquafil
Armani
Artsana
Avio Aereo
AXA
Banca popolare di Vicenza
Barilla
Birra Peroni
BNL
Bolton
Bracco
Burgo
Calzedonia
Canova 2007 (Iper-Unes)
CDP
Chiesi
Coop Italia
Credit Agricole
Cremonini
De Nora
Dolce e Gabbana
Dompè
Eataly
Egea
Ermenegildo Zegna
Esselunga
Eurospin
Fedrigoni
Ferrero
Ferrovie
Fintecna
Furla
Granarolo
Gruppo Banca Sella
GSE
Ibl Banca
Illy
Ilva
Invitalia
Italcementi
Lavazza
Lillo (LD e MD)
Mapei
Marcegaglia
Max Mara
Menarini
Nexive
Novamont
OTB-Diesel
Percassi
Perfetti Van Melle
Rai
Ram spa
Reale Mutua
Rigoni
SACE
Save the Duck
SEA
Sia
Sisal
Sky Italia
SO.G.I.N.
Sogesid
Stevanato Group
Tenova
Valentino
Valvitalia
Veneto Banca
Veronesi
Versace
Vodafone Italia
Wind Tre
Zambon

Companies included in the Swiss non-listed ranking (to be announced shortly)

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Digital transparency test for non-listed companies continues into fourth year – inclusions & deadlines

In line with increasing demands for accountability and transparency, Webranking by Comprend will continue to include and assess major non-listed companies in Italy and Switzerland. The ranking is conducted by Lundquist.

 

Noting the pivotal role that Italy’s and Switzerland’s non-listed companies play in their respective economies, this is the fourth year that Webranking takes an in-depth look at a section of companies that have an important impact on society, culture and economy.

 

Webranking by Comprend is Europe’s most in-depth annual analysis of online financial and corporate communication, covering the largest companies by market capitalization and largest non-listed companies in Europe and globally. Find out if your company is included below.

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