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OpenCorporation ranking of November 2020

November, the last dynamic OpenCorporation rating of 2020 before the December 8th snapshot which will determine the #RankingOpenCorporation2020.

Big news regarding the OpenCorporation ranking. The October ranking has been turned upside down.

Iberdrola leaps to the top by overtaking Lvmh moet hennessy louis vuitton, Enel climbs to second position and Allianz remains out of the podium but still stays in the Top10 together with: Manpowergroup, Norsk hydro, Electrolux, Rentokil initial, Webuild, At&t.

Out of the Top10: Bankia and Assicurazioni Generali

Top20

New entries: Lafargeholcim, Autogrill, Alstom

Out of the top 20: Unicredit, Deutsche bank, Hennes & mauritz (H&M), Wolters kluwer

Out of the Top30: Equinor, Kering, Atos, Schibsted

The current Top30:

Eight French companies, five Italian, four German, three Spanish and Swedish, two Dutch and United States, one from Norway, Switzerland, United Kingdom.

Here is the primary economic sector of origin (NACE – from the French “Nomenclature statistique des activités économiques dans la Communauté européenne”) as declared by the companies in the Top30

Six from the banking sector (“Other monetary intermediation“ – 6419) and two from the insurances sector (“Life insurance “ – 6511); two from the telecommunications sector  (“Other telecommunications activities” – 6190),  the IT sector (“Other software publishing” – 5829) and the electrical sector (“Production of electricity” – 3511).

There are also companies in the following sectors: apparel, chemical-pharmaceutical, mechanical; service sectors such as transport, tourism, trade.

The following companies temporarily lead the thematic rankings:

These are the thematic rankings to date. But until December 8th, the last day of compiling, they can be changed and even overturned, focusing on the snapshot of the OpenCorporationRanking2020 that will be presented at the OpenCorporationDay on Friday, December 18th, 2020. 

T0p 30 – Comparison between the OpenCorporation Ranling of October e November 2020

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