July 16, 2019

“Companies with Highest Stakeholder Reputations Per Sector. Ten sectors selected from FactSet Research Systems’ universe of 19 sectors. The companies listed had the highest absolute scores on Steel City Re’s “Corporate Reputation Index Metric.” The ten highest scored above the 0.99 percentile mark, as opposed to other companies, which came in at 0.98 or lower. * Net profit margin of company’s trailing four quarters between June 28, 2018 and June 27, 2019. ** Forward EPS multiple is current share price divided by annual analysts’ consensus of expected net income divided by current number of shares. † Expected 2019 net income growth is the FactSet analysts’ consensus expectation of annual net income as of 27 June 2019 minus last year’s consensus expected net income relative to the expected Net Income expectation as of June 28, 2018 divided by last year’s consensus expected net income. *** Estimated cost to insure board for catastrophic reputation event based upon $20 million claim limits, Lloyd’s markets, and parametric triggers. Source: Steel City Re’s reputation-risk actuarial tables, company financial statements via FactSet Research Systems, 2018 annual reports, 2018 and 2019 proxies.”

July 16, 2019

“(Insurance) policies help to insure a board’s reputation. ‘They allow directors to be honorable,’ Kossovsky says.”

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