Case Study 1 – Genlyte Group, Inc.
We helped Genlyte overcome misunderstandings within the investment community.
SITUATION: Genlyte, a company supplying lighting and fixtures to commercial, residential and industrial markets, was posting record sales and profits a despite rough economy. Stock performance was lackluster. The company’s outreach to the investment community was inconsistent.
WHAT WE DID: We designed a comprehensive program to fight back.
First, we asked management what problems they thought investors had with Genlyte. They felt, because of a recent merger, the corporate structure wasn’t well understood. Then we surveyed analysts and institutional fund managers, asking them about company performance, quality of management, and the existing investor relations program…Read more
Case Study 2 – Sigcorp
Mozaic helped this merged company with its introduction to Wall Street.
SITUATION: Two similar sized utilities serving two-thirds of Indiana – Indiana Energy and SIGCORP – were selling their business combination as a “merger of equals.” Mozaic was the combined company’s resource to reach sell-side and buy-side analysts in the inaugural visit to Wall Street.
WHAT WE DID: We met with management, scripted speaking points and developed a powerful financial presentation that outlined the companies’ past successes, expected merger savings and future opportunities. We explained why Vectren was a great investment.Read more
Case Study 3 – Addington Resources
Mozaic helped tell a restructuring story which helped maintain market value despite the charges needed to jettison unprofitable operations and refocus on mining.
SITUATION: After many quarters of losses, Addington Resources’ chairman Larry Addington decided on a new direction. Coal mining was profitable, but an expansion into gold mining, citrus farming and environmental services was not.
WHAT WE DID: We helped the company formulate and execute a plan to communicate its actions to restore profitability…Read more