INVESTOhio Equity Conference Brings Executives and Investors Together

Upcoming Events — By on September 4, 2013 at 8:00 am

Professional money managers, institutional investors and analysts can learn more about what is going on behind the scenes at a variety of Ohio public companies at the INVESTOhio Equity conference on Thursday, September 12th. The conference, held at the Ohio Union on The Ohio State University’s campus, will feature investment presentations by a variety of senior management professionals at companies in the utility, insurance, banking food service and manufacturing industries.

A schedule of presentations and break-out meetings will open the door for investors and senior executives to discuss growth and investment strategies. Attendees can choose from two tracks of presentations that will feature an expert roundtable discussion followed by company presentations. Topics for the roundtables are Energy – What the frack is going on with Ohio energy?, and Healthcare – The latest take on healthcare and the Affordable Care Act.

Investment professionals can request one-on-one or small group meeting time with executives for a more detailed discussion. Executives hope that these meetings will potentially expand their investor base.

All attendees will hear a keynote presentation by Jordan Hansell,  CEO of NetJets. Hansell will discuss his views on the global economy and how they relate to operating a business in Ohio.

Both investment professionals and other business executives are welcome to attend, but registration is required. Registration information and additional details are available at invest-oh.com.

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