Main policies and initiatives in effet:
- Corporate governance rules: Indra’s ground rules on corporate governance matters.
- Shareholder’s magazine: Publication on Indra’s business performance targeted at retail shareholders
- Shareholders Office: Shareholder service.
Creating value for shareholders is one of a company’s main responsibilities, key to its financial sustainability, which can also be the basis for creating social value. For this reason, Indra works to convey trust and security to its investors, with arguments such as our solid business strategy, the basis for the company´s sustainable growth and the revaluation potential, with transparency in the financial information, with a competitive compensation policy and norms of Good Governance that include the best international practices.
We are supported by facts: Indra maintains a growth in sales that is above the sector average, with higher profitability levels than those of its competitors; and since its stock market flotation, it has always reached or surpassed the established financial objectives.
As a result, Indra has become the second European company of its sector with the highest market capitalisation.
The duty to report about the company’s economic and financial situation, to render transparent accounts under the principle of equal treatment, is also a fundamental element for any company which trades on the stock market.
* Revaluation of Indra shares between the IPO of March 1999 and December 2009