Profile

PvF Investor Relations has been in business since the year 2000 and is headed by Dr. Alexander Serfas. We provide support to client companies of any size and in any business sector in their financial communications.

 

Our success is based primarily on two pillars:

 

Trust:

The relationship of personal trust grows with continuous close cooperation, competent advice, and reliable support.

 

Focus on content:
We position our client companies in the capital market on the basis of persuasive content.

 

Service portfolio

The portfolio of services PvF Investor Relations offers includes the full range of financial communications – from a detailed analysis of the status quo to the development of a client-specific communication strategy and the reliable implementation of the individual measures.

 

 

References

Since the year 2000, PvF has worked for a large number of companies – listed, unlisted, or operating in the debt market. Our client companies include multinational corporations as well as medium-sized enterprises in many different lines of business. We are happy to give you detailed information on your request.

 

Publications

PvF Investor Relations have been publishing press articles and book contributions on general and recent Investor Relations matters since the 1990s. We are members of the German Investor Relations Association (DIRK e.V.) and Dr. Alexander Serfas lecturer in the training program for Certified Investor Relations Officers (CIRO).

 

Contact

PvF Investor Relations
Frankfurter Landstraße 2-4

61440 Oberursel (Taunus), Germany

 

Tel.: +49 (0)6171 - 919 24 0
Fax: +49 (0)6171 - 919 24 66
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Act, don't react: Positioning in the capital market on the basis of a long-term Investor Relations concept

60% of all small-cap and mid-cap companies' IR managers are armies of one whose capacities are worn away by projects such as general meetings, financial reports, and escalating regular disclosures. Too little attention is often paid to positioning the company in the market. According to experience, striking differences between corporate self-perception and the way the company is perceived from the outside are the consequence. The reduction of the cost of capital as a strategic goal of Investor Relations is thus made more difficult and rating potential is left unidentified. Relief comes in the shape of a structured Investor Relations concept, supporting the company's desired positioning in the market. As suitable instruments, peer group analysis and perception analysis form the basis of a sound IR strategy.

 

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