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There are no notifications for Eagle Materials at least since 2015.

Peer Group

Peer groups are used by companies to benchmark executive compensation and performance. Each company identifies its own peer group. Peer groups vary from company to company.

Peer Group

Company Ticker Market Cap
Vulcan Materials Co. VMC $14.7b
Martin Marietta Materials Inc. MLM $11.2b
Lennox International Inc. LII $6.83b
James Hardie Industries Plc. JHX $5.37b
Armstrong World Industries Inc. AWI $3.56b
Silgan Holdings Inc. SLGN $3.35b
Eagle Materials Inc. EXP $2.25b
Louisiana-Pacific Corp. LPX $1.64b
Summit Materials, Inc. SUM $1.49b
Masonite International Corp. DOOR $932m

Companies Who Named Eagle Materials as a Peer

Company Ticker Market Cap
Vulcan Materials Co. VMC $14.7b
Martin Marietta Materials Inc. MLM $11.2b
Trex Co. Inc. TREX $4.41b
Armstrong World Industries Inc. AWI $3.56b
Advanced Disposal Services, Inc. ADSW $2.94b
Simpson Manufacturing Co. Inc. SSD $2.79b
Eagle Materials Inc. EXP $2.25b
Topbuild Corp. BLD $2.18b
Ingevity Corp. NGVT $1.52b
Summit Materials, Inc. SUM $1.49b


Peer Flag Comparison

The return to a company’s stock is not the only measure of executive performance. Ethics matter, and growth can quickly reverse and gains evaporate if a company’s accounting and financial reporting processes are not fundamentally sound and trustworthy. How does Eagle Materials' accounting quality compare to its peer group?
Litigation & External Pressures
Significant Litigation 5 1 3
Class Actions 7 2
Securities Law 8 1
Shareholder Activism 8 1
Cybersecurity 9
Management Review
CEO Changes 5 3
CFO Changes 3 3 2
Insider Sales 1 5 3
Mergers & Acquisitions 5 4
Sales of Assets 9
Auditor Assessment
Auditor Changes 7 2
Auditor Experience 9
Auditor Tenure 6 3
Audit Fees 5 4
Non-Audit Fees 7 2




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