Date: 12/5/2019
Event start time: 11:30 AM
Event end time: 1:00 PM
Category: Chapter
Price: Members – Complimentary; Non-Members - $30
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Institutional investors today are increasingly demanding less corporate focus on meeting quarterly earnings targets and more focus on communicating metrics relevant to long-term performance. They want more information about companies’ key drivers for growth and more visibility into those value drivers. Information asymmetry between management and the companies’ analysts and investors can create dangerous valuation traps. Undervalued companies are at risk of unsolicited acquisition bids or targeting by activist investors, while overvalued companies are vulnerable to a major selloffs at a hint of bad news.

You will learn how more robust financial analytics can support better corporate decisions and more meaningful, reliable and compelling investor communications.

Speaker: Dan O’Connor, CFO, Middough

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