Investor Relations Filling the Advocacy Deficit
Even in difficult markets, EVC Group proves every day that a properly prepared management team telling a well crafted, credible and compelling story to actionable investors can result in significantly enhanced valuation.
EVC Group can quickly and efficiently help a company maximize its valuation potential because we are in the marketplace every day, focused relentlessly on relationship building.
By developing deep, valuable relationships with investors, analysts, and other equity opinion leaders, we constantly add to our knowledge about who can own our clients, what their investment goals are, and how they make their decisions to buy a stock. In turn, this knowledge is applied to how a client’s stock is positioned in the marketplace and how the client communicates with its investors.
By matching knowledgeable and experienced counselors with our clients’ most senior executives, EVC Group builds actionable investor interest in clients while helping to fill management’s advocacy deficit.
Created by new regulations and legal precedents, the advocacy deficit impacts the senior management of small cap companies in particular by limiting the role bankers, analysts, accountants, and board members once played for these executives. EVC Group’s professionals have become valued advisors to these executives while executing the typical tasks expected of an investor relations firm. In addition, EVC Group has stepped outside the traditional investor relations consultant role to recommend board members and senior executives to clients, as well as develop solutions to critical business and communications issues.
Results built through relationships