Why Small-Cap Investors Often Aren’t Keen on Large-Cap Board Members
Directors who are new to the small-cap world, having spent their careers exclusively operating, governing, or advising large-cap companies, are often surprised – and not in a good way – to learn that many small-cap investors don’t always view their large-cap experience in a positive light.
Though it’s rarely discussed in the light of day, an inordinate number of small-cap investor meetings are over long before they start… because of websites that get failing grades. During a recent webinar on this topic, I was asked to create a cheat sheet for top-of-mind website issues (from a buy-side perspective), and here it is.
Why the Investor Meeting You Just Had…Didn’t Go As Well As You Think (Part 1 of 2)
I co-authored this two-part piece with the other editorial staff at Small-Cap Institute. Click “Read More” for Part 1; read Part 2 here.
The Perfect Corporate Board
“This book lays out the unique features of the small-cap public markets so clearly and so accurately, it is an absolute must-read for directors and executives in the small-cap public company space, and should also be read by any venture capital executive hoping to bring a portfolio company public. Adam Epstein has sat on all sides of the table at various points for many years, and it shows in this insightful, incredibly readable book.”
- Joseph A. Smith, Esq.
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Nat'l Association of Corporate Directors
Global Board Leaders' Summit
The 2018 Summit is the premier event for global corporate boards’ exchange of best practices, identifying new and nascent trends and addressing timely and critical challenges. I will be speaking at the Small-Cap Leadership Symposium sponsored by BDO.
Third Creek Advisors
Better Governed Companies... Make More Money
Warren Buffett, Jamie Dimon, and BlackRock know some interesting things about corporate boards that you might not.