BME Bring 22 Spanish Small & Medium Cap Companies With Investors In Frankfurt

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Fernando Rodríguez | BME bring 22 spanish small&medium cap companies with investors in the fourteenth edition of the Frankfurt European Midcap Event, that started yesterday. BME is a regular sponsor of this annual event, which aims to put medium and small capitalisation companies from different European countries in contact with more than 75 investors interested in this type of issuers.

A total of 22 companies are attending, 13 of them from the main market (Soltec, Indra, CAF, Grenergy, Aedas Homes, Atresmedia, Liberbank, Global Dominion, Sacyr, Metrovacesa, Mediaset, Ence and Neinor Homes) and 9 from BME Growth (Atrys Health, Holaluz, Phacephi, Cuatrochenta, Making Science, Netex, Plásticos Compuestos, and Greenalia). Together they have a market value of more than 12 billion euros. With this initiative, BME “aims to enhance the visibility of these companies’ fundamentals and their corporate governance in the market and provide analysts and investors with direct access to their management, which will result in greater liquidity and financing potential.”

This international meeting complements BME’s other regular actions to support listed companies in the Spanish market, on this occasion giving them access to European investors, mainly German. The event takes place within the framework of the BME 4Companies project, which aims to provide the services and tools necessary for listed companies to achieve their growth and financing objectives in the stock market’s environment of transparency and efficiency.

About the Author

Fernando Rodríguez
Fernando Rodriguez is in charge of PR and Development at The Corner. He has worked for over 30 years for financial publications like Expansion, El Economista, Dossier Empresarial, Ciudadano and Afa Press-Worldfolio and has been a contributor to El Pais-Negocios, Emprendedores, Época, Sector Ejecutivo and Consejeros. Fernando holds a degree in Journalism from CEU-San Pablo (Complutense University) and a master’s degree in Strategic Communication from CESMA business school. As a communication consultant, he has developed PR projects for firms like Grupo Bancaja, JP Morgan, GBS, Corpfin, QBE, Howden, Asociación Española de Leasing y Renting (AELR) or Asociación Española de Accionistas Minoritarios de Empresas Cotizadas (AEMEC).