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Life Science Investor Relations Forum


Date
Sep 07, 2017 - 07:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Organizer
exlevents
Location
Revere Hotel Boston Common 200 Stuart St, Boston, MA 02116,

Boston,
MA ,
US,
ZIP: 02116
Phone: +1 929 900 1853

Life Science Investor Relations Forum

Life Science Investor Relations Forum

Having a good product today isn’t enough to attract investment opportunities; you must have the ability to demonstrate a market for the product you are developing. IR departments deliver a channel through which the investment community can effortlessly access information about the company. This is particularly important for information transparency and for promoting a sense of integrity and trustworthiness on the part of the company.

The Life Science Investor Relations Forum, taking place on September 7-8, 2017 in Boston, will bring together IR professionals to address the diverse set of challenges faced in the life sciences industry. Our expert speaking faculty will provide thought-provoking dialogue paired with networking opportunities that no other conferences address. IR teams are continuously balancing new regulations, advancements in technology, more engaged investors and working relationships with advisory boards. Through this event IR specialists will be able to efficiently gain the knowledge they need to improve their programs while developing a new network of educated IR colleagues. At this breakthrough two-day conference we will provide our attendees with the solutions to the unique set of challenges IR teams encounter and enable them to be more effective in their jobs.

Top Five Reasons to Attend

  1. Learn crisis communication specific to the life sciences industry
  2. Understand the best methods for dealing with the trials and distresses of an activist shareholder
  3. Address investor relation’s involvement in successful mergers and acquisitions
  4. Tackle the power of social media in 2017 and how it drives stock
  5. Examine the different interests of numerous shareholders that are geographically dispersed

Who Should Attend

  • Investor Relations
  • Public Relations
  • Communications
  • Media Relations
  • Investment Research
  • Corporate Investments
  • Stakeholder Relations
  • Investment Responsibility
  • Compliance
This event is also of interest to:
 
  • Consulting Firms
  • Financial Services
  • Proxy Solicitation and Corporate Advisory Firms
  • IR Research
  • Corporate Access Platform Providers
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Please contact the event manager Marilyn below for the following:
 
- For Tickets/Registrations,
- Discounts for registering  5 or more participants.
- If you company requires a price quotation.
 
Event Manager Contact:


marilyn.b.turner(at)nyeventslist.com or Contact:  +1 929 900 1853
 
You can also contact us if you require a visa invitation letter, after ticket purchase.
We can also provide a certificate of completion for this event if required.
 
NO REFUNDS OR TRANSFER ALLOWED ON REGISTRATIONS
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Agenda


The agenda for the Life Science Investor Relations Forum is currently under development. Topics under consideration include:
Understanding your shareholders and their changing interests
  • Understand the different interests of numerous shareholders that are geographically dispersed
  • Address shareholder views that are not consistent
Working with the C-suite
  • Manage the resources of the C-suite to maximize the overall return on investment of its financial communications outreach
  • Learn to explain what the investment community measures, what they are most interested in, their criticisms and the areas of the business where you think the company is least understood
  • Stay in close touch with Wall Street, and ensuring the C-suite is available for investors on a regular basis
  • Learn how to get invited to “the C-suite table”
Addressing “value gap” issues
  • Discuss the dialogue that focuses on identifying gaps in perspectives on fundamentals and opportunity sets and discussing them directly, in a fact-based, well-supported manner
  • Conduct proactive outreach to stakeholders when information from Wall Street isn’t clear
  • Point investors toward promising areas but not crossing the material disclosure line
  • Learn how IROs can be more proactive to help inform better “Street” estimates
Managing technology in the financial world
  • Discuss how Twitter and other social media platforms are affecting trading
  • Learn how investors are using big data to pick stock
  • Understand how companies are leveraging technology in new ways to improve performance, leverage productivity and rethink how they run an IR program
  • Discover how your peers in investor relations use new technology and address competitive intelligence
  • Find out how investors are incorporating big data into fund management and the new ways analysts are assessing info about their company from third-party sources
  • Benchmark your IR website and yield concrete ideas for how to improve it, particularly in respect to innovative online content and design and shareholder tools, on both desktop and mobile devices
Disclosing bad news
  • Be very clear with investors about what happened, why it happened and how you are addressing the issue
  • Build investor confidence — let them know management has a team and a plan to get things back on track
  • Make sure that message is consistent across all the audiences you’re trying to address and be aware of prior public commentary
Dealing with activist investors
  • Discover the latest trends and developments in activism
  • Learn to create a team to deal with hedge fund activism:
    • A small group of key officers
    • Legal counsel
    • An investment banker
    • A proxy soliciting firm
    • A public relations firm
  • Assess exposure to an activist attack
  • Perform a candid assessment of shareholder sentiment, which should be appropriately communicated to senior management, and provide periodic briefings to the board
  • Ensure that company boards understand the tactics of activist investors and have a game plan for responding
Create long-term value under the pressure of short-term investor priorities
  • Explore how to promote the long-term success of a company while also acting to increased pressure to short-term priorities
  • Learn how can IROs can manage investors who plan for short-term results
If you are interested in speaking at this event, contact Megan Heburn, Conference Production Director, at 212-400-6230 or [email protected].
 
 

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