49th After-Work Lecture: Micro Caps: Accompanying Innovative Niche Players along their Growth Path

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Katja Boeder


28.04.2022 17:30 - 19:00


Katja Boeder will make the case for micro caps as a highly interesting asset class with a favourable risk/return profile in terms of growth, valuation and volatility, and substantial market inefficiencies resulting from little analyst coverage, lower liquidity and a strong regional and sector diversification of business profiles. She will dive into the major questions but also prejudices associated with microcaps and try to give answers to the "why" and "how" of managing microcaps, complemented by several examples of innovative growth stories.

Before joining Mandarine Gestion in 2008 Katja Boeder was an expatriate at former Commerzbank subsidiary CCR Gestion, Paris, where she served as a VP in charge of French institutional investors. Katja started her career at Commerzbank in 1992 in investment banking, debt capital markets origination. Further roles included origination of syndicated loans and relationship management for Commerzbank's international asset management subsidiaries. Katja is a graduate (European economics) of the College of Europe, Bruges/ Belgium, and holds a master's degree in Languages and Economics from the University of Giessen, Germany.


Professionals from Corporations, Banks, Asset and Investment Management Companies, Insurance Companies, Financial Advisory Services, Tax Administration, Lawyers, Trustees, Fund Managers and Financial Auditors. Graduate and undergraduate students with interest in investments and finance.


Jennifer Nadine Schein, MSc




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