The first U.S. Transparency Awards – which focus on the most effective corporate disclosure practices by large, public companies – were announced this week, with The
This is the inaugural year for the awards in the United States; the honors started in France a decade ago. The U.S. rankings are compiled by Labrador and measure companies on the S&P 250, looking at annual proxy statements, form 10-Ks and investor relations websites. Labrador uses 93 different criteria, based on accessibility, accuracy, comparability and availability.
The criteria used in the rankings are available at transparencyawards.com/criteria.
The awards were launched in France in 2009 to allow top, publicly traded companies to compare corporate disclosure practices each year.
In the United States,
“It’s a huge honor to be recognized for the transparency of our disclosure, as transparency is an area that’s going to be increasingly important going forward,” said Tim Leveridge, vice president and investor relations officer at
See a full video with Leveridge at transparencyawards.com/interview-with-this-years-winner/
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