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Sánchez and the Ibex meet at Spain Investors Day, the international showcase of the Stock Exchange - Market Research Telecast

The XII edition of the international economic forum Spain Investors Day will meet next week at 44 Spanish listed companies already hundreds of foreign investors, in a meeting that will serve as a showcase for the Brand Spain and in which the companies of the Ibex 35 and the Government, including President Pedro Sánchez, will be able to explain the current reality of the country and future plans to build confidence that will encourage future investment.

50% of the capital of the large Spanish companies listed on the Stock Market is in the hands of international investors, a growing trend since this percentage was 38% in 2008, hence the importance of these analyzing the current moment of the companies and their perspectives to make investment decisions.

“We have an economy very dependent on these investors. We need them to periodically know the reality of Spanish companies and trust them to continue investing, “he explains Benito Berceruelo, President of Spain Investors Day and CEO of the consulting firm Estudio de Comunicación.

The presence of the Prime Minister is confirmed, Pedro Sanchez, and the mayor of Madrid, José Luis Martínez-Almeida, in the forum, which will be held on January 12 and 13 at the Ritz hotel. It is possible that there is also representation of the Royal House because King Felipe VI is an hourly member of Spain Investors Day.

They will attend the appointment about 200 investors yel 80% of the Ibex 35 companies, which will try to show with their forecasts that the Spanish economy is synonymous with the possibility of investment.

Notable absences from the business world include Santander Bank, who cannot attend because, by presenting his results on February 2, he cannot hold meetings with investors by law. It will not be Inditex for its policy of not meeting with other companies.

As has been happening for two years, the forum will dedicate a special section to address issues of sustainability Y corporate governance of Spanish companies in the face of the interest of foreign investors in these issues, who are increasingly demanding more information in this regard.

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