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Sixty minutes : The chairman vs. the share-holder

Seminar / Training - Sixty minutes : The chairman vs. the share-holder
Seminar / Training

By : Ecole de Paris du Management

Date : 2003

Location : France / Paris

PDF 30p Video 05h 05m
Description :

A CEO and a fund manager give their respective points of view on 'one-to-one' meeting between investors and CEO to evaluate investment possibilities.

Keywords :

Management vs. shareholders

Keywords inside documents :

paris ,management ,company ,companies ,entreprise ,share ,financial ,lafarge ,investisseurs ,entreprises ,gestion ,école ,investors ,analysts ,managers ,président ,cours ,fonds ,shares ,analystes

Associated industries : Management & Strategy - Trading & Capital Market -

Investors are increasingly interested in forecasts and company results in order to manage their share portfolios accordingly. Of course, specialised analysts can inform and advise them, but sometimes views differ and it is not always easy to form an opinion before deciding to buy or sell shares. Companies listed on the Stock Market are clearly concerned about their share price, and this is why they organise meetings for analysts from time to time in order to explain their activities and to answer questions. Investors, however, often prefer to meet the people at the top of each company, even the CEO in order to assess both the company's strategy and its management. A CEO and a fund manager give their respective points of view on this type of 'one-to-one' meeting.


About speakers:


Bertrand COLLOMB

Having been both chairman and CEO of Lafarge since 1989, he stepped down as CEO and remained purely chairman in May 2003. He is also a director of several companies, chairman of the Afep and member of the Institut (Académie des sciences morales et politiques : Academy of moral and political science).


Emmanuel SOUPRE

Studied economic science and is a graduate of Institut des Etudes Politiques (IEP). He is the director of European management at NSM Gestion. From 1981 to 1986, he was a financial analyst, graduate of the SFAF. He is also a member of the International Advisory Board of Euronext, of the commission Gouvernement d'Entreprise of AFG-ASFFI, of commissions Valeurs moyennes of the SFAF, and of Paris-Europlace, and senior lecturer at the IEP in financial markets.

- Written report from Bertrand COLLOMB and Emmanuel SOUPRE Presentations followed by Q&A session. ( ENGLISH)

 

-  Video from Bertrand COLLOMB and Emmanuel SOUPRE Presentations followed by Q&A session. (FRENCH)

 

Compte-rendu du séminaire: Le PDG rencontre l'actionnaire : une heure pour convaincre

Company Description : Le rapport inclut un compte-rendu des interventions ainsi qu’une session de Questions/Réponses.

Product Type : Conference Summary

Author : B.COLLOMB E. SOUPRE

PDF 13p

Languages : French

Vidéo du séminaire: Le PDG rencontre l'actionnaire : une heure pour convaincre

Company Description : Extraits d'une soirée-débat "Les Invités", clip 5 minutes, vidéo 70 minutes Licence individuelle

Product Type : Conference Summary

Author : -

PDF 2p
Video 02h 32m

Languages : French

Vidéo du séminaire: Le PDG rencontre l'actionnaire : une heure pour convaincre

Company Description : Une vidéo extraite d'une soirée-débat "Les Invités", clip 5 minutes, vidéo 70 minutes Licence globale/entreprise

Product Type : Conference Summary

Author : -

PDF 2p
Video 02h 32m

Languages : French

Report from: One hour to convince : The CEO vs. the shareholder

Company Description : The document is a report of the speakers’ presentations and the Q&A Session.

Product Type : Conference Summary

Author : Lucien CLAES

PDF 13p

Languages : English

Organizer : Ecole de Paris du Management

The École de Paris du management was created in 1993. Under its auspices, researchers and professionals talk about subjects which open the way for discussion ensuring a high quality of oral and written work. Although short-term concerns are the basis for these exchanges, the approach adopted reflects long-term issues. These include helping change the views which researchers, participants and public opinion have of the way in which private and public affairs are conducted