RHB hosts webinar on small cap investment


Mohd Rashid Mohamad

KUALA LUMPUR: RHB Banking Group hosted its second RHB Small Cap Corporate Access webinar to provide insight to investors on the investment potential of small cap companies.

The two-day webinar featured 24 small cap companies from across the region with market capitalisation of below US$500mil, RHB said in a statement.

It said various discussion and knowledge-sharing sessions were conducted by corporate representatives throughout the event, benefitting about 200 participants.

“We have witnessed the astounding adaptability of small cap companies in managing a fluid business environment and in outperforming the broader market.

“This year, we continued to provide investors with an avenue to enhance and expand their investment opportunities within this segment by continuing to unearth even more under-researched gems in the small cap market,” group wholesale banking principal officer and managing director Mohd Rashid Mohamad said.

The second installment of the virtual event comprised a larger list of stock investment ideas from RHB Investment Bhd’s Research teams in Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, and Thailand.

"Through this webinar, we were able to facilitate investors from various industries to uncover small cap gems in Asean and penetrate the US$336bil investment opportunities regionally,” he added.

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