Company directors can join the debate with investors and business journalists on how to improve investment in small and mid-size quoted companies, by attracting more investment and having an effective and valued dialogue with the media.
As part of our 25th Anniversary celebrations we are looking to explore how investment in small and mid-size quoted companies can be improved. To discuss this issue we have two panels covering what investors are looking for when making investment decisions in companies and how companies can communicate their story with the press. The panels will be made up of institutional investors, financial journalists, PR experts, and a nominated adviser and broker.
Topic 1: Fund Manager Debate: 'How can investment in small and mid-cap companies be improved'.
Investor will explain how companies can best communicate relevant information in a worthwhile way and what they look for when making investment decisions. Hear from investors that are responsible for funds that cover micro to mid-cap sized companies, as well as private client portfolios.
- Chair: Matt Butlin, Head of Equities, Allenby Capital
- Ken Wotton, Fund Manager, Livingbridge
- Gervais Williams,Senior Executive Director, Miton Group
- Andrew Banks, Senior Investment Manager, JM Finn & Co
Topic 2: Communication: Make headlines with the press
Discussion on how companies can have an effective and valued dialogue with the media. Companies can gain practical tips on how to communicate their company's story with the press, through press releases, social media and meetings. What do journalists want to hear from them and how can they convey this information in a worthwhile way?
- Chair: James Ashton, Business Journalist, The Telegraph & Evening Standard
- Kate Burgess, Corporate Correspondent, Financial Times
- Lee Wild, Editor, Interactive Investor
- Harry Chathli, Director, Luther Pendragon
Date: Wednesday 7 June 2017
Time: 3:30pm registration for a 4:00pm start until 6:45pm (followed by our 25th Anniversary Reception)
Venue: Mansion House, London
Who should attend: Pre-IPO or quoted company directors
Cost: This event is free to quoted company members and £200 + VAT for non-members.
The places available are limited, so book early to avoid disappointment. Please note a cancellation fee of £50 + VAT shall be incurred if you cancel within 7 days of the planned event. The Quoted Companies Alliance reserves the right to alter any part of this schedule without prior notice. Your details will be passed on to the sponsor of the forum and used only in conjunction with the event.
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