Corporation Cg Performance Analysis Report Essay

2150 Words Jul 2nd, 2014 9 Pages
Corporation CG Performance Analysis Report
----Based on the past fiscal year’s US SEC filings

Company Name: Constellation Brands, Inc. (STZ)

Xu (Answer) HAN
The Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School

1. Executive Summary
1.1 Purpose
The purpose of this report is to evaluate the corporate governance performance of the Constellation Brands, Inc., based on its last fiscal year’s US SEC filings, and then to use the relevant findings and information to discuss the implications for the company, investors, regulators, and the economy.
1.2 Scope
While evaluating the corporate governance performance of the company, it is useful and important to pay attention to the four core values of
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The data used in this report was referred to the Constellation Brands, Inc.’s last fiscal year’s US SEC filings published on the company’s website.
1.4 Main Findings
The company’s corporate governance performance is above the average level in its industry. However, it still has some important issues to deal with in order to further improve its corporate governance rank.
1.5 Limitations
The analysis methods used to evaluate the company’s corporate governance performance are only based on a theoretical perspective. Therefore, from the practical point, the conclusions and suggestions summarized in this analytical report might have some limitations.
1.6 Background
Constellation Brands, Inc. (NYSE: SYZ and STZ.B), based in Victor, New York, is a leading wine, beer, and spirits company with a broad portfolio of premium brands. It is the world leader in premium wine, the number one beer importer and number three beer company in the U.S.
Constellation Brands, Inc. implements a system of corporate governance that associates its management, board of directors, shareholders and stakeholders, which ensures the shareholders a relatively fair rate of return.
3. Findings
3.1 Self-Diagnostic Issues
3.1.1 Survey
The survey consists of 100 questions, and the design of this toolkit and survey is focused on the OECD Principles of Corporate Governance of 2004 as the main benchmark. All of the questions are distributed into five categories, including

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