Tag Archives: Equity Research

Upcoming Free Webinar: Benefits of Sponsored Research For MicroCap PubCos

Most small and micro-cap public companies struggle to get noticed by and gain interest from the investment community. Research coverage would be a great solution, if not for the dearth of “sell-side” coverage and the consequences of MiFID II. Company sponsored-research has always been available, and in 2019 and beyond, more respected and important than ever. Please join OTC Markets

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Eight Prestigious Firms Join PubCoCEO™ as Platinum Founding Sponsors

We are honored to announce that eight prestigious firms have joined PubCoCEO™ as Platinum Founding Sponsors! JGR Capital (Equity Research), Transfer Online (Transfer Agent), MZ Group (IR Firm), PubCo Reporting (Outsourced CFO/Accounting), SEC Law Firm (Law Firm), Acquis Capital (Investment Firm), NetworkNewsWire (Press Release & Brand Distribution) and PubCo Reporting (Edgar/XBLR Filling Agent) are each the Official Founding Sponsor of

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MiFID II May Hurt SmallCap Issuers and Burden Investor Relations

Many critics of MiFID II continue to highlight its potentially negative impact on smaller issuers. The big concern is that banks will choose to limit or eliminate coverage of smaller, less followed companies. A recent Bloomberg article echoed these concerns saying; “Liquidity may wane among small- and medium-sized companies as banks scale back their research services in response to MiFID

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NIRI Comments on MiFID II and Urges SEC to Promote Coverage of Small and Mid-Cap Issuers

On October 26, the SEC issued three no-action letters regarding the European Union’s Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II). On October 31, the National Investor Relations Institute (NIRI) shared a letter thanking the SEC for the no-action letters and urging the SEC to promote coverage of small public companies. The letter highlights a decrease in research coverage of smaller companies

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SEC Shields Wall Street From MiFID

Last week, following consultation with European authorities, and in response to concerns that investors could lose access to valuable research, the staff of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission issued three related no-action letters. These letters are designed to provide market participants with greater certainty regarding their U.S. regulated activities as they engage in efforts to comply with the European

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Accessing Investors: Best Practices on the Road – Webinar Recording

Last week, OTC Markets Group and Harbor Access hosted a free webinar about how to effectively engage investors in today’s capital markets. The webinar provided best practices to improve your corporate communication strategy and attract new capital for traded companies. A recording of the webinar is now available in the OTC Markets’  Company Resource Center. Check out the full recording HERE.

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Accessing Investors: Best Practices on the Road Webinar

Today, OTC Markets Group and IR Advisory and Corporate Access firm, Harbor Access will host a free webinar to teach how to effectively engage investors in today’s capital markets. This webinar will provide best practices to improve your corporate communication strategy and attract new capital for traded companies. The webinar will take place at 11 AM eastern time today (Oct. 19,

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Three Macro Issues That Will Impact Small Cap PubCos In 2018

This week, IR Magazine shared a Q&A with Peter Sidoti, founder, chairman, and CEO of Sidoti & Company. One of the questions was “What are the top three macro issues small-cap IROs should be preparing for as they look to the start of 2018?” According to Sidoti, Three Macro Issues Small Cap Companies Should Prepare For are; 1. increasing illiquidity in the

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Center for Capital Markets Releases Letter To Increase Number of Public Companies

The Center for Capital Markets released a letter dated August 22, 2017 addressed to the Treasury Secretary setting out suggestions on how to increase the number of public companies. The suggestions include: Extending the Title I JOBS Act on-ramp accommodations from five to ten years for EGCs and reviewing the EGC definition; Making the JOBS Act accommodations available to all

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