Help investors make the right decision: With investor presentation coaching you can polish your investment story, improve your materials and prepare your team so they impress.
To be more successful, work with experts who understand investor meetings. Prepare yourselves properly so that your investors are left interested and engaged.
We regularly help private companies prepare for meetings with potential buyers or investors. We help private equity firms with LP meetings and we support quoted company capital market days, results reporting and IPOs across Europe.
We know how busy you are. That is why we have a fast, efficient process to prepare you. Our team includes former corporate financiers and financial presentation coaches.
With a short sharp programme you can make a massive improvement.
“We had a good story to tell, but you helped us deliver it more coherently and more positively.”
Steve Whitfield Eurocamp
“Moved our presentation into a different league and undoubtedly improved the outcome and offer we received.”
Liz Warner CEO, betty
Clients include large public companies, private equity firms, fund managers and many smaller private businesses.
Working with us you get:
Like this, you can be sure your investor meetings will be successful.
We want to make a real different to the impact you make and improve the outcome of the investor meetings you have.
At BBA we focus on every aspect of your investor meeting: your investment narrative, your materials and how you look as a team in investor meetings.
Clients tell us they are able to secure better deals after their presentation coaching with us.
The coaching you receive makes sure you are fully prepared for your meetings.
All our coaching is tailored to you. First, we get to understand you and what help you really need. Our advice and training is based around your needs and your timetable.
Call Louise Angus, Client Services Director today to discuss how we can help:
Phone: 020 7018 0922
All these are in-house and tailored coaching / training programmes. They can be run 1:1 or for small groups in-house. (Not ‘open’ courses).