Global Roadshow Report 2021 now available

Dec 01, 2021

IR Magazine reports on the who, how and why of corporate roadshow activity, based on a survey of 615 IR professionals.

 

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Five key benefits

  • Compare your roadshow activity with your regional, market cap and sector peers.
  • Find out what percentage of roadshows are attended by senior management in each peer group.
  • Discover how the Covid-19 pandemic has affected roadshow activity.
  • Learn which brokers are the most popular globally, as well as by region, for virtual roadshows.
  • Find out how IROs view the virtual roadshow experience and what this can mean for the future of roadshows.

 

Key findings

  • Bank of America Merrill Lynch is the most-used broker for virtual roadshows, followed by JPMorgan Chase and Citi. 
  • Overall, 50 percent of in-person roadshows and 83 percent of virtual roadshows are attended by senior management.
  • Four in five IROs agree that the experience of Covid-19 will lead to a permanent change in roadshow activity.
  • The average number of brokers used for virtual roadshows ranges from 2.8 for small caps to 8.4 for mega-caps.

 

North America findings

  • Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Royal Bank of Canada are the most-used brokers for virtual roadshows.
  • More than nine in 10 North American IROs are satisfied with their virtual roadshow experience.
  • North American senior managers attend 87 percent of roadshows.

 

Europe findings

  • Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Berenberg, Jefferies and JPMorgan Chase are the most-used brokers for virtual roadshows.
  • More than six in 10 European IROs mention time saved as a key benefit of virtual roadshows.
  • European companies host the most virtual roadshows, with an average of 8.9 in the past year.

 

Asia findings

  • Bank of America Merrill Lynch, JPMorgan Chase and Citi are the most-used brokers for virtual roadshows.
  • Asian companies used just under five brokers for virtual roadshows, more than any other region.
  • Four in five virtual roadshows by Asian companies involve senior management, compared with fewer than three in five last year.

 

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