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Spring European Midcap Event

29/06/2016 - 30/06/2016

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The 12th edition of the Spring Midcap Event organized by CF&B Communication will be held on June 29 and 30 at the Hotel Pullman Tour Eiffel in Paris. This high-profile annual forum will gather around 120 institutional investors and 50 European listed companies.

CF&B Communication created the first Spring Midcap Event in 2004 to help listed companies to meet institutional investors and promote small-cap growth by forging links with fund managers as potential investors.

Highlight of this unique two-day Event include:

  • 55-minute face-to-face meetings among companies, investors, and partners
  • “Meet our company” spots where company heads present their business profiles and strategies to a group of investors
  • Thematic presentations

New in 2016,  two main Stock Exchanges Partners :

  • BUDAPEST STOCK EXCHANGE – Workshop on the 29th at 11am “Hungarian Market presentation”
    Presentation during 2 days of selected Hungarian listed companies
  • BOLSA DE MADRID
    Presentation during 2 days of  MAB market listed companies and listed Spanish companies on other markets

The teams will share their experiences of foreign markets.

The Broker partners of the listed companies are :

  • CONCORDE SECURITIES for Hungary
  • GVC GAESCO and BEKA FINANCE for Spain
  • INTERMONTE for Italy

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Details

Start:
29/06/2016
End:
30/06/2016
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Website:
http://www.midcapevents.com/spring2016/home/

Organizer

Midcap Events
Website:
http://www.midcapevents.com/contact-us/

Venue

Hotel Pullman Tour Eiffel
18 avenue de Suffren Entrée au, 22 Rue Jean Rey
Paris, 75015 France
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Phone:
+33 1 44 38 56 00
Website:
http://www.pullmanhotels.com/gb/hotel-7229-pullman-paris-eiffel-tower/index.shtml

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