1. Homepage
  2. Equities
  3. France
  4. Euronext Paris
  5. Michelin (CGDE)
  6. News
  7. Summary
    ML   FR001400AJ45

MICHELIN (CGDE)

(ML)
  Report
Real-time Euronext Paris  -  11:03 2022-06-28 am EDT
26.69 EUR   +0.85%
10:58aFinland's Nokian Tyres joins peer Michelin in exiting Russia
RE
10:57aDiageo to wind down Russia operations by year-end
RE
04:03aMichelin To Transfer Russian Operations To Local Management
MT
SummaryQuotesChartsNewsRatingsCalendarCompanyFinancialsConsensusRevisions 
SummaryMost relevantAll NewsAnalyst Reco.Other languagesPress ReleasesOfficial PublicationsSector newsMarketScreener Strategies

Michelin CGDE : Information complémentaire sur la rémunération des Gérants (en anglais seulement)

04/22/2022 | 01:58pm EDT

Additional information related to the compensation of the Managers

The following information comes in addition to already published information within the 2021 URD of April 11, 2022 and the FY2021 press release of February 14, 2022.

1. Further detailed information on the Managers' compensation policy for 2022 (Chapter 3.3.2.2 of the 2021 URD)

Added information is indicated in blue.

Fixed compensation

The new fixed compensation of the Managers, applicable over the entire duration of their term of office, would be:

  • - for Mr. Menegaux, at the level of the median compensation of the Chief Executives of the CAC 40 companies,

  • - for Mr. Chapot, at the level of the median compensation of the Chief Operating Officers of CAC 40 companies.

In support of these recommendations, it is specified that the Compensation and Appointments Committee took into consideration the comparative studies carried out in 2021 by two leading independent external firms (Willis Towers Watson and Mercer) with comparable Executives of the CAC 40 companies, which highlighted the following elements:

- For Mr. Menegaux, Managing Chairman, a lower level of base compensation of about 25% in the first study and about 22% in the second study, compared to the median compensation of the Chief Executives of the CAC 40 companies,

-

For Mr. Chapot, Non-General Manager, a level of base compensation lower by approximately 22% in the first study and by approximately 35% in the second study, compared to the median compensation of the Chief Operating Officers of CAC 40 companies.

Long Term Incentive (LTI)

In order to ensure complete consistency, these same studies have been taken into consideration. To state that:

  • - for Mr. Menegaux, a multi-year compensation cap (performance shares) more than 50% lower than the corresponding median of the first executives of the CAC 40 companies according to the two studies,

  • - for Mr. Chapot a multi-year compensation cap (performance shares) lower by more than 21% in the first study and by more than 11% in the second study, compared to the corresponding median of the first managers of the groups of the same index.

To set these multi-year compensation caps at the level of the median of the managers considered of the CAC 40 companies, respectively at 140% of the base salary for Mr. Menegaux and at 120% of the base salary for Mr. Chapot.

Conclusion

As a result of these adjustments, total compensation for Florent Menegaux and Yves Chapot get back to the level of the median of the benchmark of CAC 40 companies.

2. Further detailed information on Performance shares granted to executive officers for which the lock-up period ended during the year 2021 (Chapters 3.6.1.8 and 6.5.4.3 of the 2021 URD)

Added information is indicated in blue.

In 2021, the two Managers received 8,993 fully vested performance shares corresponding to the 2017 LTI plan granted to them when they were "only employees":

- Florent Menegaux received 5,314 shares upon 8,175 attributed,

- Yves Chapot received 3,679 shares upon 5,660 attributed.

3.

Further detailed information on the achievement of the qualitative criteria related to the Say-on-Pay of Florent Menegaux, Managing Chairman (Chapter 3.4.4.2 of the 2021 URD)

Added information is indicated in blue.

ANNUAL VARIABLE COMPENSATION - SHORT-TERM INCENTIVES - QUALITATIVE CRITERIA

Reminder: all quantitative and qualitative objectives were set at the start of 2021 and were not adjusted during the year. The Compensation and Appointments Committee carefully reviewed achievement rates for each of the quantitative and qualitative criteria.

During the Group's Capital Markets Day on April 8, 2021, Florent Menegaux, Managing Chairman, and Yves Chapot, General Manager and Chief Financial Officer, presented Michelin in Motion, Michelin's "All Sustainable" strategy for 2030, which is based on the constant search for the right balance between People, Planet and Profit. They also presented the Group's ambitions for 2030, based on twelve indicators covering its environmental, social, societal and financial performance.

For the "Deployment of the six transformations" criterion, the Committee noted that the objectives had been met at 66 %, based on the new strategic dashboard evidencing:

  • changes in the Balanced Score Card in line with expectations,

  • deployment of the People, Profit, Planet strategy,

  • advances in the Group's strategic diversification.

The criterion "Deployment of the six transformations" is based on the Balanced Score Card. The achievement rate on the following indicators has been below targets:

The Employee engagement rate (slightly deteriorated from 82% in 2020 to 80% in 2021):

The 2020 engagement rate expressed the gratitude of Michelin Group employees to the Company and its Managers for their sharp focus on protecting everyone's safety and health. In 2021, the persistent health crisis, extensive supply chain disruptions and resulting changes in their internal and external environments put intense pressure on employees, particularly in the production plants, across the supply chain, in the customer service centers and other front-line operations. Although lower than in 2020, the overall rate of 80% remains high.

The 2030 engagement rate target remains 85%.

The NPS partners and NPS final customers (slightly deteriorated from 40.5 in 2020 to 38.9 in 2021)

Despite significant improvements in the OEM Net Promoter Score, particularly in the Automotive segment, the Partner NPS indicator declined overall due to the steep fall in the Dealer NPS, which was attributable to:

  • o supply chain disruptions, particularly in regions where the Group's market share is robust. This was the case in North America, where NPS declined significantly, notably in the Passenger car and Light truck Replacement tire segments,

  • o the frequent, major price increases introduced to offset inflation, particularly in emerging economies.

In the Automotive Original Equipment segment, NPS improved across every customer cluster. Customer comments show that professionalism, superior products, and quality remain the Group's core strengths. They are also increasingly positive about two issues that have been identified for improvement: responsiveness and efficiency.

For the Corporate Social Responsibility criterion (Total Case Incident Rate, measuring improvements to the safety of Michelin Group employees), the Committee noted that the objective had not been met, with the TCIR at 1.29;

Consolidated TCIR(1) increased to 1.29 in 2021 from 1.19 the year before. Despite the challenging conditions, the pandemic's impact on accident rates was favorable in 2020, due to extensive furloughing, but unfavorable in 2021, whose underperformance was caused by crisis management issues rather than the deployment of preventive measures. Manufacturing operations continued to improve, with their annual TCIR falling below 1.00 for the first time. On the other hand, Distribution, a major contributor to Group TCIR, has not yet delivered the expected improvements.

In 2021, Michelin's head office safety team conducted an in-depth analysis of the most serious accidents over a two-year period, whose findings were shared with the Group Executive Committee and Manufacturing Department executives. The resulting lessons are now being used to define areas for action in 2022 and to deploy measures to prevent recurrences, thereby lowering the TCIR, further instilling the culture of safety, and building the safety and ergonomics roadmap to meet the Group's objectives for 2030.

(1)Total Case Incident Rate: the number of accidents and cases of occupational illness recorded per 200,000 hours worked

For the criterion concerning implementation of the synergies created by the integration of

Camso, Fenner, Multistrada and Masternaut, the Committee noted that total synergistic benefits of €122 million had been obtained in 2021, representing a significant increase compared to 2020 synergies.

This objective has been met, considering a base of synergies of around €80 million in 2020. As reported to the Supervisory Board in February 2022, actual synergies delivered in 2021 reached €122 million, for a target of €102 million.

The following synergies have been highlighted: strong sourcing synergies (mostly CAMSO and Multistrada) with further opportunities in sights, higher staff cost savings realized due to unreplaced departures, and strong ramp-up of cross-selling synergies at CAMSO, and tax gains at Multistrada.

Disclaimer

Compagnie Générale des établissements Michelin SA published this content on 22 April 2022 and is solely responsible for the information contained therein. Distributed by Public, unedited and unaltered, on 22 April 2022 17:57:05 UTC.


© Publicnow 2022
All news about MICHELIN (CGDE)
10:58aFinland's Nokian Tyres joins peer Michelin in exiting Russia
RE
10:57aDiageo to wind down Russia operations by year-end
RE
04:03aMichelin To Transfer Russian Operations To Local Management
MT
03:24aMichelin to transfer its Russian activities to local management
RE
03:17aMichelin to hand over Russian operations to local management
RE
06/24MICHELIN AirProne air cushions for the treatment of patients in intensive care
AQ
06/24MICHELIN : JP Morgan remains a Sell rating
MD
06/23MICHELIN CGDE : Disclosure of trading in own shares – June 22 2022
PU
06/22MICHELIN : Goldman Sachs reaffirms its Neutral rating
MD
06/22OVER 50 PER CENT SUSTAINABLE MATERIA : Michelin has done it!
PU
More news
Analyst Recommendations on MICHELIN (CGDE)
More recommendations
Financials
Sales 2022 27 408 M 29 080 M 29 080 M
Net income 2022 2 195 M 2 329 M 2 329 M
Net Debt 2022 2 595 M 2 753 M 2 753 M
P/E ratio 2022 8,67x
Yield 2022 5,22%
Capitalization 18 896 M 20 048 M 20 048 M
EV / Sales 2022 0,78x
EV / Sales 2023 0,73x
Nbr of Employees 123 021
Free-Float 94,2%
Chart MICHELIN (CGDE)
Duration : Period :
Michelin (CGDE) Technical Analysis Chart | MarketScreener
Full-screen chart
Technical analysis trends MICHELIN (CGDE)
Short TermMid-TermLong Term
TrendsBearishBearishBearish
Income Statement Evolution
Consensus
Sell
Buy
Mean consensus OUTPERFORM
Number of Analysts 17
Last Close Price 26,46 €
Average target price 37,77 €
Spread / Average Target 42,8%
EPS Revisions
Managers and Directors
Florent Menegaux Chief Executive Officer
Yves Chapot Chief Financial Officer & General Manager
Barbara Marguerite Dalibard Chairman-Supervisory Board
Eric Philippe Vinesse Executive Vice President-Research & Development
Jean-Pierre Duprieu Member-Supervisory Board
Sector and Competitors