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Consumer Products Executives Perform Well in Volatile Economy

August 15th, 2011 by TopGun Press

NEW YORK, NY (TOPGUN PRESS) – TopGun Executive Talent Agency and Performance Advisors Brendan Wood International, today released the results of its Global Shareholder Confidence Poll in Consumer Products, with Brazil-based company Companhia de Bebidas das Americas (AmBev), finishing in top spot. Over 2,000 investors evaluate over 1,000 companies on ten core-buying criteria, with the results aggregated into the Brendan Wood Shareholder Confidence Index. The results reflect the link between investor confidence and share-price appreciation.

At the helm of AmBev is TopGun Chairman Carlos Brito, who investors feel is extremely decisive, thoroughly focused, and has the right mind-set to push the business forward. Shareholders feel Mr. Brito has a track record of running the company more intensely than others who are a bit more relaxed. “Mr. Brito has a vision for the company, inclusive impression of the industry and the guts to make new acquisitions while exemplifying true pragmatism. The management of AmBev is extremely performance driven with benchmarks that are stringent and ultimately drive the company to the top of the sector globally”.

The Top 10 Global Consumer Products Shareholder Confidence Results:

Company – Shareholder Confidence Score

Companhia de Bebidas das Americas (AmBev) – 911
Costco Wholesale Corporation – 886
Nintendo Co. Ltd. – 875
Coca-Cola Co. – 872
Anheuser-Busch Inbev NV – 869
Reckitt Benckiser PLC – 847
Saputo Group Inc. – 836
Atrium Innovations Inc. – 833
LVMH Moet-Hennessy Louis Vuitton SA – 831
SABMiller PLC – 830

While the economy remains volatile, confidence in global consumer products companies remains cautiously optimistic. A shareholder confidence score above 800 represents the upper echelon of companies who have attained top quartile status in the entire index of over 1,000 companies.

“Consumer products shareholders worldwide are giving their companies tougher report cards this year, demanding greater performance and accountability from management. CEOs are under considerable pressure to live up to their guidance, not get ahead of themselves and to deliver on their relationships with the shareholder community.” said Stewart Borden, Partner of Brendan Wood International.

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