Columbus among top four IR companies in the Danish Economics Weekly's Top 100 IR Rating
11 August, 2017
Economics Weekly rates Columbus among the top four Investor Relations companies in Denmark, thus being the highest rated small-cap company two years in a row.
Columbus scores 7 out of 10 points in the Danish Economics Weekly’s* Top 100 IR companies, and thereby ranks among top four Danish listed companies within Investor Relations.
When Economics Weekly rates the 100 largest listed companies’ IR effort, they look at 10 different measurement points, which each rates 0 or 1 point.
Columbus scores 1 point in seven of the measurement points, and thereby ranks as the highest rated small-cap company two years in a row.
”I am very proud that Columbus is able to join this league of listed companies. Columbus continuously work on developing and improving our IR work, and I am pleased to see that it is being noticed”, says Corporate CFO in Columbus, Hans Henrik Thrane.
Columbus focuses on creating a high level of transparency and openness about the company’s activities and results. Every quarter Columbus hosts a webcast and investor meetings. In addition, Columbus meets analytics and investors on an ongoing basis to present Columbus as an investment case.
”It is very important to us to have a very clear and open communication about our business in order to create high creditability towards analytics, shareholders and investors”, says Hans Henrik Thrane.
In 2016, Columbus launched a new strategy, and in that connection also new value drivers, which in detail explain the underlying drivers of earnings in the business. Columbus works on taking the financial communication to the next level, and going forward the company will emphasize explaining the market development and customer segments in order to give an even deeper understanding of the business.