CF&B Communication, an independent financial communications agency,
is celebrating its 30th anniversary.

Specialized for 20 years in relations between listed companies and institutional investors, CF&B Communication organizes one-to-one meetings at the fifteen or so events it holds every year in Europe.

The objective is to enable its clients to meet a maximum number of targeted counterparts they do not know, in a minimum amount of time.

At the end of the years 1990, CF&B Communication created its own European investor database, that has been constantly updated ever since.

>> A CRM platform, moderated by specialized consultants is in regular contact with fund managers, to whom they propose to meet companies matching their funds’ profiles. Prior to every event, the consultants schedule appointments between investors and companies and every participant is aware of their meeting calendars before the event.

>> Most European stock exchanges and many financial intermediaries are CF&B Communication’s partners to the events it organizes.

Since 2000, thousands of investors, hundreds of companies, brokers and market places have trusted the concept and joined these events that materialize it through about 11,000 meetings per year.

Leader in Europe
1 to 2 events per month
Present on most major European stock market places
 
An objective…
 
  Fulfil the needs of :
  • Traded companies
  • Institutional investors
  • Partner brokers
… to promote and develop relations between issuers and investors concerned, with the support of specialised brokers.
 

… with adapted means of actions …

 
  • An exhaustive investor data base, continuously up-dated,
  • A CRM platform monitored by consultants in constant relations with market players,
  • Software solutions enabling to communicate all necessary information to 'Midcap Events' participants, in real time,
  • Extranets servicing our clients and partners

…to organise 'Midcap Events' :

 
… business centres where issuers, investors and brokers meet solely to their individual interests.