B. RILEY Is In Top 5 in 2013 Investment Banks List with the Los Angeles Business Journal
B. Riley has been expanding in major financial markets nationwide. The Los Angeles Business Journal recognized B. RILEY'S growth in the Los Angeles County market, listing B. RILEY in the #5 spot in its Annual Listing of Investment Banks published April 15, 2013.
In describing the growth, the Los Angeles Business Journal wrote “B. Riley & Co. acquired brokerage Caris & Co. last year and was also one of only six investment banks nationwide to act as the sole underwriter in a $100 million public stock offering.”
The business journal list ranks firms by the number of investment bankers and total number of employees in LA County offices only. We are proud to note that other offices, including San Francisco and New York, also have experienced notable growth in the last few years.
B. RILEY 14th Annual Investor Conference: Tech, Consumer Sectors Dominate Presenting Company Line-up
B. Riley has confirmed the company presentation lineup for its 14th Annual Investor Conference, scheduled for May 20-22, 2013 at Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel.
The nearly 200 public companies slated to present reflect B. RILEY’s research focus on the broad spectrum of technology and consumer sectors including: Internet, Media, Entertainment, and Advertising; Telecommunications; Optical Components; Software & Services; Semiconductors; Aerospace & Defense; Consumer Products; Retail, Apparel & Footwear; Restaurants; Auto, Marine, Trucking & Power Sports and Special Situations.
The names include both covered and non-covered companies, “with an emphasis on quality names,” said Ian Corydon, B. RILEY Co-Director of Research. “We view this conference as a showcase of our proprietary Research and for the discovery of emerging new ideas. We take great care in selecting companies that may provide interesting investment opportunities for our institutional investor clients.”
“Clients will see many companies appearing at B. RILEY for the first time,” said Craig A. Ellis, Co-Director of Research, “and though the average market cap is $1.4 billion, there are multiple highly recognized names with market caps above $10 billion.”
Investors will take advantage of one-on-one meetings with companies (more than 1,500 were scheduled in 2012), industry specific dinners, informational sessions on financing trends, and a special reception for private companies, venture capital and private equity guests.
B. RILEY appreciates the support of the many firms sponsoring our conference. We regard them as valued partners not only for this annual event, but year-round. A partial list is included below. We encourage you to visit their websites and learn about their businesses:
Wells Fargo Capital Finance, Lowenstein Sandler PC, Medley Capital Corp., Bloomberg, Innerworkings, Inc., Loeb & Loeb LLP, Marcum LLP, Mergermarket, NYSE Euronext, Opus Bank, RR Donnelley, Sullivan & Cromwell LLP, Weinberg & Company and Moss Adams.
The OTC Markets is sponsoring Discovery Day, featuring companies with market caps up to $400 million. Sponsor PR Newswire is the official news wire service provider for B. RILEY’s 14th Annual Investor Conference.
For an overview of the conference and our sponsors, visit http://www.brileyco.com/conference  .;For registration information: B. RILEY clients please contact your representative or e-mail conference(AT)brileyco.com.Read full article >
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