Notice of Webranking by Comprend 21st Annual Release — companies included and deadlines

The evaluation process for the latest edition of Webranking by Comprend 2017/2018  is off to a great start. The study is Europe’s most in-depth analysis of online financial and corporate communication, covering the largest companies in Europe as well as several individual country rankings. The ranking is conducted by Comprend in collaboration with Lundquist, which manages the Italian, Swiss and Austrian rankings.

Evaluation of Italian, Swiss & Austrian Listed companies commences

 

The Lundquist ranking process entails an evaluation of the largest 110 companies in Italy by market cap, the 50 largest listed Swiss companies and the 10 largest Austrian companies. The Italian research is published in Italy’s leading newspaper Corriere della Sera, with the Swiss research published in the leading Swiss business weekly, Bilanz. Find out if your company is included or excluded.

 

New this year: previously excluded companies now included

 

In the past three years, we had decided not to include the Italian, Swiss, and Austrian companies which had have scored less than 30 points (out of 100) in previous editions. However, this year we have re-included these lower scoring companies in the final evaluation, so as to give them the opportunity to compare their own positioning with their competitors and improve their  stakeholder communications. In today’s market, stakeholder engagement has become standard practice among companies and increasingly important to investors, therefore, all companies should be given the possibility to benchmark their practices with their competitors and improve their standing with stakeholders.

 

For last chance inclusions, please contact Caroline Becker (caroline.becker@lundquist.it) by 21 July.

 

Companies we will be evaluating this summer

 

  • 110 Italian companies, now including newly listed companies Unieuro, Farmafactoring, IVS and ASP

 

  • 50 Swiss companies

 

  • 10 Austrian companies

 

The official close of the ranking process for listed companies will be Thursday, 31 August 2017. Companies planning on making any updates to their websites or launch new sites towards the end of July or beginning of August should send us an email notification by August 18th 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 September.

 

An international communications event announcing the winners will be held in Milan in late November.

 

See the complete ranking list below.

 

Non-listed company evaluations in Italy and Switzerland to continue for fourth year.

 

In September, we will also evaluate the largest non-listed companies in Italy and Switzerland for the fourth time, based on criteria that are adapted to the specific requirements of these companies.

 

The evaluation for the fourth edition of Webranking for non-listed companies in Italy and Switzerland will be carried out after the evaluation process for listed companies closes. The final list of companies included in the ranking will be announced in early September.

 

The value of the research

 

Webranking evaluates information companies present on their websites based on the needs of stakeholders, which have been meticulously tracked through annual surveys of capital market participants and jobseekers.

 

The research evaluates companies’ ability to respond to external information requests in a business environment that is becoming increasingly competitive and complex. Companies receive a rank based on how they respond to stakeholder needs via their corporate website and digital channels. The companies that best respond to their stakeholders are able to create the opportunity for themselves to build a “premium” status with key stakeholders, access greater capital and business markets, attract the best talent, and build their internal capacity for effective reputational crisis management.

 

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

 

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 the International Banker, Investment Europe, Insurance Day, and eHealthNews.eu.

 

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

Companies included in the Italian ranking

 

  1. a2a
  2. Acea
  3. Amplifon
  4. Anima Holding
  5. Ansaldo STS
  6. Ascopiave
  7. Astaldi
  8. Astm
  9. Atlantia
  10. Autogrill
  11. Avio
  12. Azimut
  13. Banca Carige
  14. Banca Farmafactoring
  15. Banca Generali
  16. Banca Ifis
  17. Banca Intermobiliare
  18. Banca Mediolanum
  19. Banca Monte dei Paschi Siena
  20. Banca Popolare di Sondrio
  21. Banca Sistema
  22. Banco Bpm
  23. Beni Stabili
  24. Bper Banca
  25. Brembo
  26. Brunello Cucinelli
  27. Buzzi Unicem
  28. Cairo Communication
  29. Campari
  30. Cattolica Assicurazioni
  31. Cementir Holding
  32. Cerved Information
  33. Cir
  34. Cnh Industrial
  35. Coima Res
  36. Credem
  37. Danieli & C
  38. Datalogic
  39. De’Longhi
  40. Diasorin
  41. Ei Towers
  42. El En
  43. Enav
  44. Enel
  45. Eni
  46. Erg
  47. Esprinet
  48. Exor
  49. Falck Renewables
  50. Ferrari
  51. Fiat Chrysler
  52. Fila
  53. Fincantieri
  54. FinecoBank
  55. Generali
  56. Geox
  57. Hera
  58. Igd
  59. Ima
  60. Interpump
  61. Intesa Sanpaolo
  62. Inwit
  63. Iren
  64. Italgas
  65. Italmobiliare
  66. Ivs Group
  67. Juventus FC
  68. Leonardo
  69. Luxottica Group
  70. Maire Tecnimont
  71. Marr
  72. Massimo Zanetti Beverage Group
  73. Mediaset
  74. Mediobanca
  75. Moncler
  76. Mondadori
  77. Ovs
  78. Parmalat
  79. Piaggio
  80. Poste Italiane
  81. Prada
  82. Prysmian
  83. Rai Way
  84. Rcs Mediagroup
  85. Recordati
  86. Reply
  87. Safilo Group
  88. Saipem
  89. Salini Impregilo
  90. Salvatore Ferragamo
  91. Saras
  92. Save
  93. Sias
  94. Snaitech
  95. Snam
  96. Sogefi
  97. STMicroelectronics
  98. Tamburi
  99. Technogym
  100. Telecom Italia – TIM
  101. Tenaris
  102. Terna
  103. Tod’s
  104. Ubi Banca
  105. Unicredit
  106. Unieuro
  107. Unipol
  108. UnipolSai
  109. Vittoria assicurazioni
  110. Yoox Net-a-Porter Group
  111. Zignago Vetro

Companies included in the Swiss ranking

  1. ABB
  2. Adecco
  3. AMS
  4. Aryzta
  5. Baloise
  6. Banque Cantonale Vaudoise
  7. Barry Callebaut
  8. Clariant
  9. Credit Suisse
  10. DKSH Holding
  11. Dormakaba
  12. Dufry
  13. Ems-Chemie
  14. Flughafen Zurich
  15. Galenica
  16. Geberit
  17. Georg Fischer
  18. Givaudan
  19. Helvetia
  20. Julius Baer
  21. Kuehne+Nagel International
  22. LafargeHolcim
  23. Lindt & Spruengli
  24. Logitech
  25. Lonza
  26. Nestlé
  27. Novartis
  28. Oc Oerlikon
  29. Pargesa
  30. Partners Group
  31. PSP Swiss Property
  32. Richemont
  33. Roche
  34. Schindler
  35. SGS
  36. Sika
  37. Sonova
  38. Straumann
  39. Sulzer
  40. Sunrise
  41. Swatch Group
  42. Swiss Life
  43. Swiss Prime Site
  44. Swiss Re
  45. Swisscom
  46. Syngenta
  47. Temenos
  48. UBS
  49. Vat Group
  50. Vifor Pharma (Ex Galenica)
  51. Zurich Insurance Group

Companies included in the Austrian ranking

To be announced shortly!


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