A series of meetings with potential investors in key cities, designed and performed by a company and its investment banker as the company prepares to go public.
When a company is planning an IPO, it will often perform a "road show" to encourage potential investors to participate in the IPO. Due to the popularity of the internet, underwriters are posting upcoming IPO deals online and presenting multimedia "net" road shows to institutional and accredited investors in addition to traditional "in person" roadshows.
The process by which underwriters acquaint potential institutional investors with the products, people and finances of a company planning to go public. Generally, this presentation is a face-to-face meeting, but online and video presentations may become commonplace in the future.
presentations made in several cities to potential investors and other interested parties. For example, a company will often make a road show to generate interest among institutional investors prior to its IPO.
presentation made by a company to foreign investors, securities analysts, and investment funds.
A public relations/marketing event in the securities industry which acts as an informational forum between the issuer and potential investors to generate interest in the issuer's shares. Roadshows generally occur in the period preceding an offering of DRs.
A series of meetings with potential investors and brokers, conducted by a company and its underwriter, prior to a securities offering, especially an IPO.
A promotional presentation by an issuer of securities to potential buyers about the desirable qualities of the investments.
A marketing presentation by an issuer of securities to potential buyers to promote the investment of these securities, usually as part of an initial public offering.
A promotional effort, usually in connection with securities sales. Underwriters and an issuer's executive officers may tour key cities to meet with invited guests to provide information about the issuer and its pending offering. Road shows are also sometimes conducted in connection with proxy proposals.
Formal presentations made by underwriters usually to institutional investors to inform them of an issue.
a show on tour
a forum where UCT members can see a presentation or product demo and ask questions of project members
Also called the 'Dog and Pony Show'. A tour taken by a company preparing for an IPO in order to attract interest in its securities. Attended by potential buyers, including institutional investors, analysts, and money managers by invitation only. Members of the media are forbidden to attend.
Presentation by a company preparing for an IPO in order to attract interest in the deal.
A tour taken by a company preparing for an IPO to attract interest in the offering. Usually the presentation is done in front of institutional investors and analysts.
The process by which underwriters acquaint potential institutional investors with the products, people and finances of a company planning to go public. Generally, this presentation is a face-to-face meeting. However they are emerging on online and video presentations.
A marketing trip designed to explain and answer questions about a company's business objectives and strategy to potential investors, usually for the purpose of selling those investors an equity stake in the company.
n. The delivery of presentations, product demonstrations and similar materials to customers and others in a series of venues outside of headquarters.
Finspreads often do free trading seminars in major cities around the UK and Europe
When a company launches its IPO, management schedules a nationwide series of lunches, breakfasts and dinners to make its pitch to institutional investors. These presentations are organized by the lead manager and are held at hotel dining rooms in major cities. Usually, but not always, the road shows start overseas, then move to the West Coast and finish in New York or Boston, which have the highest concentrations of large institutional investors. For particularly hot IPOs, these presentations attract hundreds of investors who are jammed 10 or 12 to a table.
Also known as a "dog and pony" show. In the last week or so before the effective date of an underwritten public offering, there is usually a road show. Top officers of the company, investment bankers, and perhaps lawyers and auditors, travel to meetings with money managers and representatives of the underwriting syndicate. These are usually conducted over the days' three meals, with smaller sessions for major prospects. Preparation for road shows is often very elaborate, with speech training, mock session rehearsals, video, and slide presentations. Shares can legally be offered only by the prospectus; however, that document is not yet available in required final form at the time of the road show. While the road show cannot lawfully provide any information that is not available to the entire public, it is typically the only marketing effort in which the company participates.
A series of meetings with potential investors and brokers, conducted by a company which is preparing for its IPO. These meetings usually take place in several locations throughout major cities.
A presentation by an issuer of securities to potential buyers. It is intended to create interest in the securities.
series of presentations (breakfasts, lunches, etc.) given by a company's management to institutional investors to pitch the company's IPO or to increase public awareness
A tour made by executives of a company that plans to go public, where they travel to various cities to meet with underwriters and analysts and make presentations regarding their company and IPO. The road show takes place during the marketing period before the registration statement becomes effective.
The management of a listed company presents the company's activities, strategies, and long-term prospects to national and international institutional investors and retail shareholders.