“Eni is the company that best fulfils the demands of the capital market right now. Information about risks, remuneration and future strategy are easily found on the site. What also makes Eni unique is that they manage to present a lot of information in a
(PRWEB) December 10, 2009
The ninth annual edition of the H&H Webranking Europe, conducted by the financial communications company Hallvarsson & Halvarsson (H&H), awarded top honours to Eni for the best corporate website out of the 500 largest companies in Europe, with a total score of 89 (out of a possible 100).
Eni wins for the second year in a row and hits the ceiling in the majority of the surveyed areas. Even though investors and analysts are becoming more cautious and demanding, they have managed to increase their score this year.
“Eni is the company that best fulfils the demands of the capital market right now. Information about risks, remuneration and future strategy are easily found on the site. What also makes Eni unique is that they manage to present a lot of information in a communicative way. Not an easy task for a company of that size”, says Marcus Eriksson, Head of the H&H Webranking survey.
The title for Best Climber in Europe this year goes to the Italian eyewear manufacture Luxottica. The company has increased its score by a massive 35.25 points, no other company in our survey can measure up against this solid performance.
For the ninth consecutive year the H&H Webranking survey highlights European best practice standard and transparency in online communication. The energy giant Eni takes top position in the 2009 H&H Webranking Europe 500. Second place goes to UniCredit Group while Telecom Italia comes third. Never before has a single country dominated the top three positions. Finland passes Germany as the highest scoring country in Europe.
Top 10 companies in Europe
2. UniCredit Group
3. Telecom Italia
5. Deutsche Post DHL
8. Neste Oil
9. Swedish Match
More information is available at http://www.webranking.eu/Euro500-2009.