Global Roadshow Report 2019 now available

Dec 02, 2019

IR Magazine reports on the who, where, how and why of corporate roadshow activity, based on a survey of 456 IR professionals.

 

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Five key benefits

  • Compare your roadshow activity with your regional, market cap and sector peers.
  • Who goes on the road? Find out what percentage of roadshows are attended by senior management in each peer group.
  • Discover how the roadshow audience is targeted by IR departments.
  • Learn which brokers are the most popular globally, as well as by region and cap size.
  • Find out which are the most popular roadshow destinations – and why.

 

Five key findings

  • Citi was the most-used broker of 2019, followed by UBS and Bank of America Merrill Lynch. 
  • Overall, 80 percent of all roadshows are attended by senior management.
  • Roadshows remain the favorite way for IROs to engage with the investment community, with 42 percent preferring them to investor conferences, investor days and site visits.
  • The average number of brokers used for roadshows ranges from 3.3 for small caps to 9.3 for mega-caps.
  • The top roadshow destination remains New York, followed by London and Boston.

 

North America findings

  • Stifel is the most-used broker among North American companies.
  • New York is the most-visited city among North American companies, with 83 percent going there in the past year, and three quarters going to Boston.
  • North American senior managers go on the road 88 percent of the time.

 

Europe findings

  • Kepler Cheuvreux is the most-used broker among European companies.
  • London is visited by 87 percent of European companies.
  • European companies go on the most roadshows: an average of 10.6 in the past year.

 

Asia findings

  • Citi is the most-used broker among Asian companies.
  • Hong Kong and Singapore are the joint most-visited cities for Asian companies.
  • Less than a quarter of roadshows by Asian companies involve the CEO.

 

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