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VIDEO: Ultra Electronics hosts capital markets event for investors (piworld) (ULE)

27 Jan 2020 | by: James Moore

Last Thursday saw Ultra Electronics Holdings (LSE:ULE) host a capital markets event in London for investors.

The event saw the firm, which specialises in providing application-engineered tailored solutions, give details on its new corporate strategy.

The group also focused on its maritime and intelligence & communication division and provided insights into its “focus, fix, and grow” improvement opportunities.

The day’s proceedings, which featured talks and presentations by CEO Simon Pryce and CFO Jos Sclater, can be viewed in the below video uploaded by our friends at piworld.

piworld provides content for investors, by investors.

The organisation aims to help private investors get closer to companies and their management and – in turn – make more informed investment decisions. 

Videos include:

•             Company results presentations

•             Management interviews

•             Company visits

•             Enlightened educational investor videos with investors, opinion formers, and industry leaders

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