the year NFF organises company presentations. Financial
analysts, experienced in the field in which the particular
companies operate, are specially invited by NFF to prepare
questions for the company to answer.
may present individual companies, or several companies within
the same line of business.
are also the more in-depth presentations – Capital Markets Day
– as well as the shorter Breakfast Presentation, where smaller
companies are given the opportunity to present themselves.
presentations are open to all.
– free, others – NOK 300, -.
90 min. (app.)
of an individual company, allocated approximately 45 minutes,
and followed by a 45 minutes question time prepared by two
experienced analysts, as well as questions from the audience.
starts with breakfast at 08.30 a.m.
3 – 4 hrs. (app.)
type of presentation involves several companies within the same
line of business – or branch. Each company is usually
allocated 25 – 30 minutes each. These presentations usually
start with a talk/lecture/presentation of the particular branch,
and aim to look into future prospects, challenges etc.
with breakfast at 08.30. a.m., or ends with lunch at noon.
3 – 4 hrs. (app.)
is an in-depth presentation of a particular company’s field of
work. Two experienced analysts prepare questions for the company.
with breakfast at 08.30 a.m., or ends with lunch at noon.
first introduced this less formal type of presentation in June
2000, to offer the smaller companies – i.e. smaller companies
only recently introduced to the stock market, or not as of yet
introduced or registered – an opportunity to present
themselves to a wider audience than they otherwise find possible.
Presentations takes place on Thursdays (with a few exceptions),
and starts with breakfast at 8.30 a.m.
organises about 4 – 8 breakfast meetings per term. These
meetings may be organised as a talk - or presentation, or as a
debate. Topics range from oil prices to e-commerce.
breakfast meetings are open to members only; entrance fee - NOK 350,-.