Shares Investor Evening (London) - EVENT POSTPONED

Shares Investor Evening (London) - EVENT POSTPONED

Wednesday 1 April 2020
Unfortunately, due to the current situation surrounding the COVID-19 Coronavirus, we have taken the
 

decision to postpone this event.

 

Join Shares and AJ Bell for an evening of investment inspiration and get to meet the decision-makers behind some of the UK’s fastest growing listed companies.

The event on Wednesday 1 April in London will include:

• An opportunity for you to talk directly with the directors and ask your questions about the companies’ core strengths and their short and long-term business strategy

• Meet fellow investors and share your investing experience

• Complimentary drinks and snacks

More about the companies presenting:

Burford Capital (BUR) Is a leading global finance and investment management firm, focused on law. Burford is publicly traded on the London Stock Exchange.

eEnergy Group (EAAS) is a new generation of energy services company. We are expanding into energy management services, so that we can provide our customers with a competitive switch to green energy and ongoing transparent management of their energy supply.

Open Orphan (ORPH) our goal is to become Europe’s leading rare disease and orphan drug focused pharma services company by a management team with extensive industry and financial expertise. Open Orphan is listed on both the London and Dublin stock exchanges.

 

Who Should Attend

The evening is a perfect opportunity for existing shareholders or potential investors to hear from the directors running the companies, being the individuals best placed to explain the strategy and opportunity for investors. 

Evening timings

18.00
Registration and coffee
18.30
Presentations
Christopher P. Bogart, CEO - Burford Capital (BUR)
Cathal Friel, Executive Chairman - Open Orphan (ORPH)
Harvey Sinclair, CEO - eEnergy Group (EAAS)
20.30
Drinks reception and canap├ęs
21.30
Close

Venue

Novotel Tower Bridge, London EC3N 2NR

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