“Italian Equity Roadshow” of Borsa Italiana

Singapore, 30 September; Tokyo, 3 October

Sep 29 2011 - 14:31

29 September 2011

“Italian Equity Roadshow” of Borsa Italiana Singapore, 30 september Tokyo, 3 October 2011

Tomorrow Friday 30 September the “Italian Equity Roadshow 2011” of Borsa Italiana arrives in Singapore. The Roadshow will then move to Tokyo and conclude on Monday 3 October. This year’s roadshow took in New York, Toronto, Stockholm, and Frankfurt.

Organized in partnership with Nomura and the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the established event brings together listed Italian large caps and Asian investors, and  this year includes the following companies:

Ansaldo STS
Banca Monte Paschi di Siena
Banca Popolare dell’Emilia Romagna
Benetton Group
Davide Campari
Salvatore Ferragamo

This is the first time that Borsa Italiana has visited the Eastern investor hub of  Singapore, famed for its receptive attitudes towards international investment opportunities, and  the eight time that  Borsa Italiana has visited Tokyo.

A significant number, 109, of scheduled meetings between the management of companies present and investors have been timetabled: 44 of these will take place in Singapore and 65 in Tokyo, either as “one-to-one”  or “group meetings”.

There are  40 investors participating and over  25 relevant local investment firms represented, 8 of whom based in Singapore and 17 in Tokyo.
The roadshow will end, as usual, with the traditional dinner at the Italian Embassy in Tokyo.

Borsa Italiana’s Italian Global Equity Roadshow 2011 allows the top management of some the most important  Italian listed companies to meet international investors through a series of global events, through the more than 300 meetings organized with 120 international investors representing 80 leading investment houses.

For further information, please contact:


Anna Mascioni                                 Media Relations +39 02 72426.211



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