Ongoing IR Support
Enel is a multinational energy company and one of the world’s leading integrated electricity and gas operators. As a global operator they cover 34 countries in 5 continents and provide energy for more than 70 million people.
Mediatree has been supporting Enel since 2004 with the third tranche of their IPO raising almost $10bn. Since then we have formed a close partnership with Enel supporting them in several transactions, capital raises, bonds, green bonds and other ongoing IR support including the Enel IPO, Enel Green Power IPO, Endesa IPO, and some of the world’s largest Green Bonds with Enel. One of our recent projects with Enel was to identify and setup a satellite IR office in New York.
We continue to work with Enel on non-deal roadshows and projects relating to their Capital Markets Days as well as ongoing IR and non-deal roadshow support to its sister companies Enel Green Power, Endesa and Enel Americas.
Enel have also been a significant supporter of Mediatree’s vision in developing and bringing to market Greener Roadshows.
In 2020, we launched our new Virtual Roadshow platform which allows the Enel, Endesa, Enel Chile and Enel Américas management and IR teams to access their IR schedule, key roadshow specific documents and to join meetings regardless of where they were working from. We look forward to developing this further with Enel and other clients in the coming months.
Mediatree supported Verallia with the first fully digital Leaders Meeting in the company's history
Client focus on our relationship with Orange
Client focus on our longstanding relationship with Etalon
Astorg Virtual AGM and LPAC 2020
N Brown Group
Presentation Support for JP Morgan Presentation
GVS listed on the Borsa Italiana raising €570,5 million. It was the first Italian IPO to be executed entirely virtually.
Hybrid Results Presentation during the first wave of COVID-19
Client focus on our longstanding relationship with Gazprom including the 2020 Capital Markets Day which took place in February
Française des Jeux
€1.89 billion privatisation of the French lottery company