Participating Corporates FAQs
Deutsche Bank is very pleased that you will be participating in our upcoming Gaming, Lodging, Leisure & Restaurants One on One Conference on Thursday, November 19 - Friday, November 20, 2020. Below is registration and other pertinent information to help guide you in your preparation for the conference.
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Terri McKenna is the Lead Planner for this conference. Should you have any questions or requests prior to, during or post conference, please do not hesitate to contact her at +1(212)250-9383 (office) or at email@example.com.
One-on-One and Small Group Meetings
You will have the opportunity to meet individually with leading institutional investors in audio only One-on-One or small group meetings.
Donna Lichvar is the primary contact for One-on-One Meetings. She will be in touch with you once we receive your registration forms to schedule those meetings. She will solicit interest from investors and will schedule your meetings in accordance to the times you have allotted as well as which investors are your priorities. We anticipate that the demand will be high for these meetings, so we encourage you to allow for as much time as possible to help satisfy those investors that are interested in meeting with your company. Each One-on-One meeting lasts for thirty-five (35) minutes. Donna can be reached via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Corporate & Attendee Registration
Each participant from a presenting company is required to complete a Registration Form.
Members of the Press will not be invited to this event.
We encourage you to upload any document(s) that you wish to distribute to investors you are meeting with by logging into your registration. Click the 'Upload Document' link at the top of the navigation bar and upload your file(s).
Alternatively, you can send any materials to provide investors via a PDF file or weblink file to Terri McKenna. These materials will be made available to those who have scheduled meetings with your company. As always, please discuss with your legal counsel the use of your materials as handouts.