Solvay today held its General Shareholders Meeting at its Corporate Headquarters in Brussels.
Based on the strong start to 2017 and improving market conditions, Solvay expects to meet or exceed its previously given guidance of mid-single digit underlying EBITDA growth and more than € 800 million of free cash flow from continuing operations.
According to the Belgian transparency legislation in force (Law of May 2, 2007), BlackRock Inc. (55 East 52nd Street, New York, NY, 10055, U.S.A.) has notified Solvay SA that on April 20, it crossed downward the statutory declaration threshold of 3% of the existing voting rights emitted by Solvay SA.
According to the Belgian transparency legislation in force (Law of May 2, 2007), BlackRock Inc. (55 East 52nd Street, New York, NY, 10055, U.S.A.) has notified Solvay S.A. that: On April 18, 2017 BlackRock Inc. crossed the statutory declaration threshold of 3% upward, detaining 3.00% of the existing voting rights emitted by Solvay S.A.
Global business leaders representing companies with US $4.9 trillion in assets under management and almost US $650 billion in revenue have joined together to urge G20 governments to formally accept and act on the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures.
Solvay has signed a definitive agreement to sell its polyolefin cross-linkable compound
Solvay is entering into medical devices building on its world-leading portfolio of high-performance polymers
Solvay has agreed to buy all the renewable energy certificates (RECs*) for 15 years from the largest solar farm yet to be built in South Carolina (SC), United States, underscoring the Group’s global sustainability commitment.
Following the announcements at the end of 2016 of the intended divestments of the Acetow and Vinythai businesses, these businesses are reclassified as discontinued operations and as assets held for sale.
Solvay signed an agreement with its employee representatives setting minimum social standards which apply worldwide across the entire Group.