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9.00 – 9.10 WELCOME
– Claus I. Jensen, Danske Bank – DIRF Chairman
– Rikke Schøitt Petersen, Partner – Gorrissen Federspiel
9.10 – 10.10 MATAS
Corporate evolution towards an ever more digitized reality
A corporate action plan and strategy towards increasing usage of digital channels and infrastructure.
And how to keep shareholders updated on the journey.
SPEAKERS:
– Gregers Wedell-Wedellsborg (CEO)
10.00-11.00 INVESTOR ATTENTION
How to use traditional and digital media platforms to generate investor interest
How to embrace investor attention opportunities on social media platforms with traditional
media attention tools and within the limits of corporate disclosure rules. Exemplified by
corporate use and how social media influencers work. Digital IR in practice.
SPEAKERS:
– Bodil Gantzel, radio host, Millionærklubben
– Tue Østergaard, Director, HCA Capital
– Gianandrea Roberti, Head of IR, Tryg
– Simon Kirketerp, investor editor, Børsen
11.00-11.30 COFFEE BREAK
11.30-12.30 INVESTOR RECOGNITION
The clear-cut equity story that makes it easy for investors to embrace the investment case
Two corporations illustrate how they have started the journey as listed companies and gained
investor traction by execution and clear-cut communication.
SPEAKERS:
– Thomas Johansen, CFO, Netcompany
– Claus Finderup Grove, CEO, Konsolidator
12.30-13.30 LUNCH BREAK
13.30-14.30 COMMISSIONED RESEARCH
Arguments for and against. Is it a useful tool to get new investors on board?
What is the latest news on MiFID II?

The new normal or a step in the wrong direction for critical analysis of listed companies?
SPEAKERS:
– Thomas Steen Hansen, Global Head of Equity Research, Danske Bank
– Thomas Johansen, CFO, Netcompany
14.30-15.00 COFFEE BREAK
15.00-16.00 IR BATTLEFIELD EXPERIENCE
When investor support is critical to raise capital and the environment is volatile, razor-sharp
investor understanding is crucial to succeed.

Two corporate tales of raising capital in a turbulent period and how to get investors on
board in a transition period
SPEAKERS:
– Thomas Duschek, IR & Communications, Bavarian Nordic
– Patrik Setterberg, VP, Investor Relations, Vestas Wind Systems
16.00 TAKE-AWAYS FROM THE DAY – THANK YOU FOR JOINING US
Due to the current Covid-19 situation, the venue have implemented restrictions on the number
of attendants present at each session not to exceed a maximum of 50 attendants present in
the room at any given time.
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Programme

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9.00-9.10
WELCOME

– Claus I. Jensen, Danske Bank – DIRF Chairman
– Rikke Schøitt Petersen, Partner – Gorrissen Federspiel

9.10-10.00
MATAS

Corporate evolution towards an ever more digitized reality
A corporate action plan and strategy towards increasing usage of digital channels and infrastructure. And how to keep shareholders updated on the journey.

SPEAKERS:
– Gregers Wedell-Wedellsborg (CEO)

10.00-11.00
INVESTOR ATTENTION

How to use traditional and digital media platforms to generate investor interest
How to embrace investor attention opportunities on social media platforms with traditional media attention tools and within the limits of corporate disclosure rules. Exemplified by corporate use and how social media influencers work. Digital IR in practice.

SPEAKERS:
– Bodil Gantzel, radio host, Millionærklubben
– Tue Østergaard, Director, HCA Capital
– Gianandrea Roberti, Head of IR, Tryg
– Simon Kirketerp, investor editor, Børsen

11.00-11.30
COFFEE BREAK

11.30-12.30
INVESTOR RECOGNITION

The clear-cut equity story that makes it easy for investors to embrace the investment case
Two corporations illustrate how they have started the journey as listed companies and gained investor traction by execution and clear-cut communication.

SPEAKERS:
– Thomas Johansen, CFO, Netcompany
– Claus Finderup Grove, CEO, Konsolidator

12.30-13.30
LUNCH BREAK

13.30-14.30
COMMISSIONED RESEARCH

Arguments for and against. Is it a useful tool to get new investors on board?
What is the latest news on MiFID II?

The new normal or a step in the wrong direction for critical analysis of listed companies?

SPEAKERS:
– Thomas Steen Hansen, Global Head of Equity Research, Danske Bank
– Thomas Johansen, CFO, Netcompany

14.30-15.00
COFFEE BREAK

15.00-16.00
IR BATTLEFIELD EXPERIENCE

When investor support is critical to raise capital and the environment is volatile, razor-sharp investor understanding is crucial to succeed.
Two corporate tales of raising capital in a turbulent period and how to get investors on board in a transition period

SPEAKERS:
– Thomas Duschek, IR & Communications, Bavarian Nordic
– Patrik Setterberg, VP, Investor Relations, Vestas Wind Systems

16.00
TAKE-AWAYS FROM THE DAY – THANK YOU FOR JOINING US

Due to the current Covid-19 situation, the venue have implemented restrictions on the number of attendants present at each session not to exceed a maximum of 50 attendants present in the room at any given time.

Speakers

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Claus I. Jensen

Chairman of DIRF, Head of Investor Relations, Danske Bank A/S

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Rikke Schiøtt Petersen

Partner, Gorrissen Federspiel

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Gregers Wedell-Wedellsborg

CEO, Matas

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Thomas Johansen

CFO, Netcompany

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Claus Finderup Grove

CEO, Konsolidator

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Thomas Steen Hansen

Global Head of Equity Research, Danske Bank

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Rolf Sass Sørensen

VP, Investor Relations & Com., Bavarian Nordic

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Patrik Setterberg

VP, Investor Relations, Vestas Wind Systems

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Bodil Gantzel

Radio host, Millionærklubben

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Tue Østergaard

Director, HCA Capital

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Gianandrea Roberti

Head of IR, Tryg

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Simon Kirketerp

Investor editor, Børsen

Moderator

Ole Søeberg

Nordic Investment Partners

Ole Søeberg founded Dansk Aktie Analyse (independent research boutique in Copenhagen) in 1984 and began his working career in Privatbanken in 1985 in International Equities. In the 1990’s he was head of international equities in Denmark for Carnegie and Alfred Berg. In 1999, he joined TDC (largest Danish telecom operator) as head of Investor Relations until 2006 when TDC was acquired. From 2006 to 2011 he was Director of IR, member of investment committee and M&A gatekeeper in Tryg insurance (second largest Nordic insurer). From 2011-17 he was fund manager and Chief Investment Officer in Skagenfunds, Norway (largest independent Nordic asset management firm).

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