Upcoming MicroCap Event: National Investment Banking Association Fall 2017 Investment Conference
We recently caught up with Emily Foshee – Executive Director of the National Investment Banking Association (NIBA) – to learn more about the National Investment Banking Association Fall 2017 Investment Conference.
The Fall 2017 NIBA Conference is scheduled for November 13 – 14, 2017.
Q&A with Foshee below.
Where is the event held?
Emily Foshee: “We host events in New York each year – it’s the financial hub”
Any interesting sponsors?
Emily Foshee: “Sheppard Mullin, Island Stock Transfer, Thayer O’Neal, RRBB Accountants and Advisors, AccessWire, Banq, Hunter Taubman Fischer & Li LLC. More sponsors to be added anyone interested in sponsoring should call Emily at 706-208-9620.”
Are there panels or keynotes planned?
Emily Foshee: “We have panels and speakers that will be announced closer to the event.”
What is NIBA’s history?
Emily Foshee: “NIBA has been around for 35 years; NIBA member firms have successful completed thousands of offerings totaling approximately $12 billion in new capital for America’s finest emerging growth companies. The member firms of NIBA represent over 8800 registered representatives that have over $78 billion assets under management.”
How many attendees do you expect?
Emily Foshee: “Over 400; representing 30 public/private companies and attendees representing; Registered Investment Advisors, Private Equity Groups, Family Offices, Investment Bankers, Broker Dealers, Boutique Corp. Finance, Specialized Investment Brokerages, Venture Capital Groups, Fund Managers, Investors. NIBA Conferences are one-and-a-half day intimate events that brings together financial and market professionals, all experienced within the capital markets.”
Who should present and why?
Emily Foshee: “Private and public issuers, regardless of size or industry are provided a unique platform to present their individual company stories and needs to prospective investors.”
Who should attend and why?
Emily Foshee: “Registered Investment Advisors, Private Equity Groups, Family Offices, Investment Bankers, Broker Dealers, Boutique Corp. Finance, Specialized Investment Brokerages, Venture Capital Groups, Fund Managers, Investors.”
What size and type of MicroCap public companies should attend?
Emily Foshee: “Private and public issuers, regardless of size or industry.”
Is there a deadline to register?
Emily Foshee: “Presenting companies are taken on a first come basis until we are full. We only take 30 companies. Attendees may continue to register until the time of the event.”
How much does it cost to attend?
Emily Foshee: “Different pricing levels. Contact Emily at 706-208-9620 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out if you qualify for discounted pricing or complimentary admission.”
Presenters can register and qualify online here: http://nibanet.org/present-2
Other potential attendees register can register online here: http://nibanet.org/attend-2