Companies conduct analyst meets at the rate of two a day as markets soar

Banking and lending institutions top in terms of number of such meetings

Sachin P Mampatta
SMEs, banks, foreign exchange, markets, forex, small and medium price industries,

SMEs at large do not understand forex and the concept of hedging, which banks often exploit. (Photo: iStock)

Reaching out to their investors seems a major priority for companies during this bull run, also the first one in which data on meets has been made available.
Companies are conducting analyst and investor meets at the rate of up to twice or thrice a day, shows an analysis of investor meet disclosures collated by corporate tracker Prime Database (
Companies often meet with analysts and investors who wish to gain clarity on results or gain a deeper understanding of the working of the company. Stock market regulator, the Securities and Exchange Board of India’s listing regulations requires companies to make a disclosure whenever companies have such meetings.

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First Published: Aug 08 2018 | 11:37 PM IST

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