Deutsche Bank Depositary Receipts to hold its 2nd virtual investor conference (via our RetailInvestorConference.com engine)

Deutsche Bank’s DR division is hosting their 2nd totally virtual investor conference on March 19th. They held their first last fall, which IR magazine proclaimed our technology equal to the World’s Largest Particle Accelerator and to the NASA Curiosity Mars Rover.

Yeah. That seems right.

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Edwin Reyes, Global Head of Depositary Receipts, Deutsche Bank:

“Deutsche Bank continues to offer clients innovative solutions and ways to access a wider group of investors in a unique and convenient virtual environment. Building on last year’s success as the first depositary bank in the industry to hold such an event, we are very excited to utilize this cutting edge technology to host yet another group of global companies.”

March 19 Agenda (Eastern Time):Log in here > https://vts.inxpo.com/Launch/QReg.htm?ShowKey=10481

 ET Company Name Country Symbol
10:15 AM Stora Enso Oyj Finland STERV
11:00 AM Koninklijke DSM NV Netherlands DSM
11:45 AM BASF SE Germany BAS
12:30 PM Credit Suisse Group AG Switzerland CSGN
1:15 PM BG Group plc United Kingdom BG
2:00 PM EDP-Energias De Portugal SA Portugal EDP
2:45 PM Legal & General Group plc United Kingdom LGEN
3:30 PM Odontoprev SA Brazil ODPV3
4:15 PM Continental AG Germany CON

Have a great day.

One response to “Deutsche Bank Depositary Receipts to hold its 2nd virtual investor conference (via our RetailInvestorConference.com engine)

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