Small cap Monthly archive

Oct 25, 2018
Mexican IR institute to hold first conference
Mexico’s investor relations institute aims to develop the role in Mexican companies from a niche arm of corporate affairs to an institutionalized widespread profession. The Instituto Nacional de Relacion con Inversionistas (Inari), a non-profit association, was officially launched on May 23, 2018 and currently has 40 members. It will hold its first annual conference on November 22, when seven expert panelists ...
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Oct 16, 2018
Spotlight on: Post-IPO external support
Block Energy is an oil and gas company aiming to capitalize on first-mover advantage to build the largest independent producer in Georgia, a proven but underdeveloped oil-producing nation. In June this year the company completed its IPO journey and is now listed on London’s Alternative Investment Market (Aim). Paul Haywood, CEO at Block Energy, talks us through the i...
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Oct 09, 2018
Doing more with less: Highlights from the US Small Cap Forum
At small and micro-cap companies, the investor relations challenges are markedly different from those faced by larger firms. At these smaller companies, resources are tighter, analyst coverage is sparser and marketing opportunities are harder to come by. The average small-cap IR budget in North America is $320,000, compared with $527,000 across all cap sizes, according to IR Magazine’s 2017 IR Resources report. In addition, the average small-cap ...
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Oct 08, 2018
Inside the IR program of award-winning small cap Borregaard
Norwegian small cap Borregaard uses natural, sustainable raw materials to produce advanced and environmentally friendly biochemicals that can replace oil-based products. Earlier this year, the company scooped its first IR Magazine Award for best overall investor relations (small cap). Here, IR director Jørn Syvertsen shares the secrets of the Borregaard ...
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Oct 04, 2018
Advisory intelligence: Five ways that perception studies can help small caps make their mark
Sponsored content A number of smaller cap companies, particularly those that are newly listed, face a variety of challenges in an increasingly complex investment landscape. One useful tool to assist such companies is that of perception studies, which can be a good way to address a number of issues. So how can perception studies help? Increasing awareness in the marketplace Grabbing the attention – and remaining on the radar ...
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