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New York - October 7, 2008: A selection of European companies will meet with US institutional investors 

Organising ESN partners:

This year, ESN and ESN North America Inc. will hold the second edition of the European Companies Conference, giving North American Institutional Investors the opportunity to meet the management of various European companies. The ESN European Companies Conference typically lasts one day and allows investors to meet with companies on a one on one or group basis.

Attending are a broad mix of companies, spanning a broad mix of sectors, countries and market caps.

ESN (European Securities Network LLP) is a multi-local partnership of banks and brokerage firms which creates common standards of cooperation in equity research and sales.

ESN partners share a common goal, that is providing the best independent local research and sales service on companies listed in their respective markets, while maintaining independence and distinct responsibilities. Founded in 1998, ESN is an equally owned company since 2002 and today counts on 10 members in the main European Countries.

ESN North America, Inc. is a joint venture set up
by some ESN members. It services clients across the US as well as Canada in all of the major Western European markets through the ESN Network.

ESN North America, Inc offers Pan European research sales and trading capacity (with direct market trading in Europe) and the organization of analyst and corporate roadshows (both abroad and in the US). It is a NASD and SIPC member.

Today ESN counts on:

10 partners
in 14 equity markets

1,000 companies
covered across Europe

150 analysts
on a pan-European research team

200 multi-local
equity salespeople

800 company and analyst
roadshows per year

ESN Partners:
Banca Akros (Italy)
Bank Degroof (Belgium)
Caixa Banco de Investimento (Portugal)
Caja Madrid Bolsa (Spain)
CM-CIC Securities (France)
Danske Bank (Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Norway)
Equinet (Germany)
Investment Bank of Greece (Greece)
NCB Stockbrokers (Ireland & UK)
SNS Securities ( Netherlands)