12 & 13 April 2012 – Hôtel Pullman Paris Tour Eiffel
Paris, 5 April 2012– NYSE Euronext (NYX) and CF&B Communication today announced that the 7th annual Smallcap Event will take place on April 12 and 13 at the Hôtel Pullman Tour Eiffel in Paris. This high-profile forum will bring together businesses and investors – some 80 companies with up to €500 million market capitalisation that are listed on NYSE Euronext’s European market, and around 180 investors from the euro zone.
CF&B Communication created the Smallcap Event in 2005 to help listed companies meet institutional investors and promote small-cap growth by forging links with fund managers that are potential investors. Key events during this unique two-day event include:
- 55-minute meetings with companies, investors and partners;
- “Meet our company” spots where entrepreneurs present their business profile and strategy to a group of investors;
- Subject-specific presentations/Presentations on selected topics.
“We are delighted to support the launch of the 7th annual Smallcap Event, where smallcaps can present their strengths and growth potential to investors,” said Marc Lefèvre, Head of European Coverage at NYSE Euronext.“When companies list on NYSE Euronext, they immediately benefit from secure market access, leading-edge technology, the world’s widest pool of investors and made-to-measure advice. As market operator, we organise events like the Smallcap Event, ceremonies and conferences to raise companies’ visibility and help them make the most of their listing and presence on the market –which includes outreach to investors keen to identify the successful businesses of the future.”
Francis Bader, Chairman and CEO of CF&B Communication, said: “We are very pleased to partner with NYSE Euronext in providing very active support to small and midcaps listed here in Europe. The Smallcap Event offers smaller listed businesses a unique opportunity to meet a large number of institutional fund managers, all of them potential investors. Combined with the Midcap Event to be held in Paris in September this year, it gives small- and midcaps ample opportunity to present their business and make their voices heard with institutional investors.”