Financial Communications

Institutional investors and analysts do not interpret a company‘s action solely on the basis of monetary and financial-analytical data. Increasingly, what capital market participants experience with a company and their subjective expectations of the company’s future performance enter into their judgment. Generating a surplus of trust is becoming more important than the mere registration and provision of company data. That makes the company leadership’s credibility all the more important, along with stringent and transparent communication of company strategy. Continuous dialog with analysts and investors and a profound understanding of their interests are the precondition for effective financial communication.

We support a company’s management in building and expanding such a trust-promoting reputation and develop communications concepts for complex financial-policy problems. Our spectrum of services thereby extends from the communicative accompaniment of an IPO to defense communication in the face of the threat of hostile takeovers.