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Finance Advice

An old German saying at the stock exchange is that capital is defined by β€œthe heart of a rabbit, the legs of a race horse, and the memory of an elephant.” Hence, for anyone seeking debt or equity capital, it is absolutely imperative to gain the confidence of the financial community.

Consequently, the prime directive for effective financial communications is to secure the credibility and confidence of a firm and its management by taking a two-pronged approach:

1) providing timely, clear-cut information tailored to target groups, and maintaining an ongoing dialog with those involved in the capital markets, plus

2) systematically managing the expectations of the financial community – which welcomes dependability but abhors surprises.


FINANCE ADVICE – because it takes time to build up confidence, but only moments to lose it.

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