Staff Reporters
Dec 21, 2011

Fleishman-Hillard forms strategic partnership with CSJ to strengthen exposure for Chinese companies in global capital markets

BEIJING - China Securities Journal (CSJ) and Fleishman-Hillard have entered into a strategic partnership to promote and enhance global best practices in investor relations management for Chinese companies listed or soon to be listed in both domestic and offshore capital markets.

The alliance aims to benefit Chinese companies in foreign markets
The alliance aims to benefit Chinese companies in foreign markets

The partnership also aims to help Chinese companies to enhance their exposure in international capital markets, promotes global best practices in investor relations management, and optimise their opportunities for investment and collaboration.

The alliance will also establish a capital market information and communications platform between Chinese companies and international institutional investors to give foreign investors better access to news and information on Chinese firms and, upon request, to provide publicly available studies and research results to institutional investors.

The strategic programme will be launched by a Chinese delegation to Europe in February. The delegation will serve as a bridge between state-owned and privately owned Chinese companies and the investor community, and will facilitate cross-border communication between participating Chinese companies and institutional investors.

A number of ongoing initiatives, including investor relations management training programmes and seminars are in the pipeline.

Wang Jian, the deputy editor-in-chief of CSJ, said, “This new partnership characterises a critical action of CSJ to enhance its global influence and develop overseas business.”

Lynne Anne Davis, president and senior partner of Fleishman-Hillard’s Asia Pacific echoed that, “ China Securities Journal will provide a strong platform that will expand our reach and ensure that we have an ideal channel for delivering our expertise to our targeted Chinese companies.”   



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