Case Study | Schneider Electric
Why Schneider Electric chose EQS Group after comparing 4 management solutions for insider lists
When Delphine Gieux took up her job as Secretary to the Board of Directors at the listed electronics group Schneider Electric in summer 2016, her first task was clear: selecting and implementing a management solution for insider lists. Around this time the European Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) came into force so this task was vital. Schneider Electric is active in energy distribution and industrial automation. The company, with headquarters in Rueil-Malmaison near Paris, employs approximately 140,000 people in around 150 countries.
The following report details progress on project implementation and challenges.
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About EQS Group
Established in 2000 and trusted by thousands of companies worldwide, EQS Group provides intuitive digital compliance solutions that help you comply with regulations and meet best practice.
Whether you need to manage insider lists or gifts and hospitality, store and effectively communicate your policies, address conflicts of interest or misconduct and minimise risk, we can help. Our goal is to equip Compliance Professionals with the power of simple workflows, automated processes, advanced analytics, and simplified reporting to make their job easier. In addition to its compliance product suite, EQS Group provides investor relations digital solutions.
Today the group employs more than 500 professionals and has offices in the world’s key financial markets.