International Companies To Host Live Webcasts At Deutsche Bank’s March 19 Depositary Receipts Virtual Investor Conference

Deutsche Bank Depositary Receipts today announced the line-up of its March 19 virtual investor conference, featuring live presentations from nine international companies. Company representatives will respond to questions in real-time during formal presentations and will also interact with investors in virtual trade booths. The conference is primarily targeted to the individual retail investor but is also open to institutional investors and analysts.

There is no fee for participants to log-in to attend the live presentations and ask questions. To register, please use the following link: Pre-registration is suggested to save time.

Edwin Reyes, Global Head of Depositary Receipts, Deutsche Bank, said, “Deutsche Bank continues to offer clients innovative solutions and ways to access a wider group of investors in a unique and convenient virtual environment. Building on last year’s success as the first depositary bank in the industry to hold such an event, we are very excited to utilize this cutting edge technology to host yet another group of global companies.”

March 19 Agenda (Eastern Time):

    Company Name     Country     Ticker Symbol
10:15 AM     Stora Enso Oyj     Finland     STERV

11:00 AM
    Koninklijke DSM NV     Netherlands     DSM
11:45 AM     BASF SE     Germany     BAS
12:30 PM     Credit Suisse Group AG     Switzerland     CSGN
1:15 PM    

BG Group plc
    United Kingdom     BG
2:00 PM     EDP-Energias De Portugal SA     Portugal     EDP
2:45 PM    

Legal & General Group plc
    United Kingdom     LGEN
3:30 PM     Odontoprev SA     Brazil     ODPV3
4:15 PM     Continental AG     Germany     CON

Post live event, presentations will be available for on-demand replay.

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