Global 100 2016-2017

The Global 100 edition of the Webranking by Comprend research, based on requirements of stakeholders, jobseekers and digital audiences, reveals top companies are struggling to communicate with their stakeholders. Reaching an average score of 38/100 the world’s largest global companies, by market cap, fall three points behind the EU500’s 41.9 score average. Whilst it is important to note that global companies adhere to different accounting and disclosure rules than their European counterparts, it remains important for them to be transparent on issues that stakeholders deem important.

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Rank Company name Score
1 Deutsche Telekom 69.2
2 Bayer 68.6
3 Nestlé 63.0
4 Roche 60.5
5 Unilever 57.4
6 BP 55.4
7 Royal Dutch Shell 54.3
7 Siemens 54.3
9 Novo Nordisk 53.5
10 Sanofi 51.6
11 British American Tobacco 51.4
12 Johnson & Johnson 50.9
13 L'Oréal 49.6
14 Bank of America 49.5
15 CVS Caremark 48.8
16 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone (NTT) 48.7
16 SAP 48.7
18 HSBC 48.5
19 Novartis 47.9
20 KDDI Corporation 47.5
21 SABMiller 47.0
21 Total 47.0
23 GlaxoSmithKline 46.9
24 Celgene 46.8
25 Altria Group 46.4
26 Microsoft 46.1
27 Wal-Mart Store 46.0
28 Anheuser-Busch Inbev 43.4
29 Commonwealth Bank 43.2
30 Pfizer 42.8
31 AT&T 42.6
32 Vodafone Group 42.5
33 Bristol Myers Squibb 41.9
34 Coca-Cola 41.8
35 Chevron 41.7
36 Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd (TSMC) 40.8
37 Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) 40.7
37 Toronto-Dominion Bank 40.7
39 Procter & Gamble 40.6
40 Cisco 40.3
41 Citigroup 40.2
42 Amgen 40.1
43 Medtronic 39.6
44 Intel 39.2
45 Boeing 38.7
46 LVMH 38.2
47 Inditex 37.9
48 Philip Morris 37.8
48 Starbucks 37.8
50 Japan Tobacco International 37.7
51 3M 37.5
52 Verizon 37.4
53 Merck 37.2
54 Oracle 37.2
55 IBM 36.5
56 Home Depot 35.7
57 United Technologies 35.7
58 Qualcomm 35.6
59 PepsiCo 35.5
60 Eli Lilly and Company 35.2
61 United Parcel Service (UPS) 35.2
62 Wells Fargo 35.1
63 Honeywell International 35.0
64 Comcast 34.6
65 Union Pacific 34.3
66 Samsung Electronics 34.1
67 ExxonMobil 33.6
68 Mastercard 33.6
69 Abbvie 33.3
70 McDonald's 33.3
71 Walt Disney 33.3
72 Toyota Motor 33.0
73 Schlumberger 32.9
74 JP Morgan Chase 32.5
75 General Electrics 32.4
76 Visa 32.1
77 Facebook 31.6
78 Nike 31.3
79 NTT Docomo 31.3
80 Apple 31.2
81 Ambev 30.4
82 China Mobile 30.1
83 UnitedHealth Group 29.9
84 Walgreens Boots Alliance 29.6
85 Ping An Insurance 28.2
86 Amazon.com 27.1
87 Sinopec 26.3
88 China Life Insurance 26.2
89 Gilead Science 26.1
90 Allergan 25.4
91 PetroChina 25.3
92 Industrial & Commercial bank of China 25.2
93 Bank of China 23.8
94 Kraft Heinz 22.9
95 Alibaba Group 22.1
96 Agricultural Bank of China 20.7
97 Alphabet Inc 15.7
98 Tencent Holdings 13.6
99 China Construction Bank 10.3
100 Berkshire Hathaway 6.6

For further information please contact Viktoria Enmark, Senior Consultant at +46 76 109 05 08 or viktoria.enmark@comprend.com.

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