(LITTLE ROCK, AR: November 03, 2022) – Stephens, an independent financial services firm, announced today that its 24th Annual Investment Conference will be held in Nashville, Tennessee, from November 15th to the 17th at the Grand Hyatt Hotel. The Stephens Annual Investment Conference is invitation only.
The conference will feature more than 300 presenting companies from across all major sectors – Consumer, Energy, Financials, Healthcare, Industrials, Technology, and Transportation – as well as in-depth sessions at the subsector level. More than 400 institutional investors and clients will participate in fireside chat presentations, industry expert panels and one-on-one meetings. Nightly entertainment will include country music performances and events at some of Nashville’s notable establishments.
“Stephens Annual Investment conference offers first-class experiences and exceptional networking opportunities that help generate real value for investors and management teams,” said Nik Fisken, EVP and head of Institutional Equities and Research at Stephens. “The dynamic city of Nashville is a terrific backdrop to showcase all we do at Stephens in the spirit of building meaningful long-term relationships.”
Those interested in attending should contact their Stephens representative or [email protected] for more information.
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“Stephens” (the company brand name) is a leading family-owned investment firm that includes Stephens Inc. (member NYSE/SIPC), Stephens Investment Management Group, LLC, Stephens Insurance, LLC, Stephens Capital Partners LLC and Stephens Europe Limited (Registered office: 12 Arthur Street, London, EC4R 9AB, Registered number 8817024), which is authorized and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. © 2022 Stephens. For more information visit www.Stephens.com.
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