BASF explains how it targets investors

Jul 11, 2011
<p>Tier-one investors are visited by the board at least twice a year, while tier-three investors are handled initially by the IR team</p>

When BASF targets investors, it groups them into three tiers, explains Magdalena Moll, head of IR at the German chemicals company.

Tier-one investors are the most important, she says; it is company policy to see them with a member of the board of management at least twice a year.

For meetings with tier-two investors, BASF brings along a president of one of its operating divisions. Tier-three investors are handled by the IR team initially and may get a meeting with top management at a later point.

This video was recorded at the IR Magazine Euro Leaders Think Tank 2011, held on June 30 in London.

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