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FSC Presents: How to Invest in Small Cap Listed Companies?
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In this educational luncheon presented by CanCham's Financial Services Committee, Mr. Tariq Dennison and Mr. Anand Batepati, partners at Global Financial Markets Group, will present the topic of small-cap companies, from both the investor’s and CFO’s points of view. This presentation demonstrates practical methods that navigate opportunities in Hong Kong and across Asia-Pacific.

29/10/2015
When: Thursday, October 29, 2015
12:30 to 2:00PM
Where: CanChamHK Boardroom
1301 Kinwick Centre
32 Hollywood Road
Central
Hong Kong
Contact: Gloria Meng


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The Financial Services Committee Presents:
How to Invest in Small Cap Listed Companies?
Date:
Thursday, October 29, 2015
Time:
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Venue:



The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong
1301 Kinwick Centre, 32 Hollywood Road
Central, Hong Kong

Price:


Members: HK$200 / Non-Member: HK$300
(Business lunch will be provided)



About the Event:
In this educational luncheon presented by CanCham's Financial Services Committee, Mr. Tariq Dennison and Mr. Anand Batepati, partners at Global Financial Markets Group, will present the topic of small-cap companies, from both the investor’s and CFO’s points of view.

In Hong Kong alone, there are over 1,700 listed companies, but most are largely unknown to investors beyond the largest 50-100 companies. Small-cap executives can find it challenging to attract global investors to raise new capital and facilitate business growth. Similarly, investors face other challenges in finding, evaluating and risk managing investments in smaller companies to achieve outsized risk-adjusted returns. This presentation demonstrates practical methods that navigate these opportunities in Hong Kong and across Asia-Pacific.

The presentation will cover the following topics:
- How small-cap stocks outperformed other asset classes over 80 years.
- Overview of 10,000+ small cap companies across Asia Pacific.
- How stock selection makes a much bigger difference in small caps.
- 4 features of small-caps: lack of sell-side research, low levels of institutional ownership, high insider ownership and business quality.
- How small-cap executives showcase their business to investors to attract capital, develop strategic partners and power their growth.
- 6 factors for evaluating investments: competitive position, economic profitability, financial strength, reinvestment runway, management effectiveness and market valuation.
- Case studies on how successful investors use public information like company filings to avoid hidden traps and find outstanding investments.

  

 

About the Speakers:

Mr. Tariq Dennison
Partner, Global Financial Markets Group
Mr. Tariq Dennison regularly finds fresh investment ideas and presents them in plain English with a few key numbers. He was a Managing Director at Bear Stearns in New York until its takeover by JP Morgan in 2008, then wrote trade ideas at CIBC and Société Générale in Hong Kong before co-founding GFM. Tariq holds a Bachelor's degree from Marquette University and a Masters in Financial Engineering from the University of California - Berkeley.

Mr. Anand Batepati
Partner, Global Financial Markets Group
Mr. Anand Batepati is a partner and Head of Research at GFM Group and has over 19 years of experience in financial markets, having previously served as Head of Multi Asset Structuring for Asia at Rabobank. He has also worked at HSBC, Bear Stearns, JP Morgan, the World Bank and has lived in New York, London, and Hong Kong. Anand holds two master's degrees in finance from London Business School and Asian Institute of Management / McGill University.

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