St. Peter Port, Guernsey (ots/PRNewswire)
European Capital Limited (LSE: ECAS) announced today it will
report second quarter 2007 earnings on Wednesday 22 August 2007.
European Capital invites shareholders, analysts and other interested
persons to attend the European Capital Shareholder Call on Thursday
23 August at 15:00 BST (10:00 EDT). The dial in number will be
+1-612-332-0335. Callers within the United States should dial
+1-800-288-8961. Please advise the operator you are dialing in for
the European Capital Shareholder Call.
Point your browser to www.EuropeanCapital.com
and click on the Q2
2007 Shareholder Call Slide Show button.
BEFORE THE CALL:
REVIEW SLIDE PRESENTATION IN ADVANCE OF THE SHAREHOLDER CALL
The quarterly shareholder presentation includes a slide
presentation to accompany the call that participants may download and
print prior to the call. You may wish to take the time to review the
slides in advance of the Shareholder Call.
DURING THE CALL:
VIEW STREAMING SLIDE PRESENTATION DURING THE SHAREHOLDER CALL
During the Shareholder Call you may watch and listen to the
webcast or listen to the Shareholder Call by phone and step through
the slides at your own pace.
AFTER THE CALL:
LISTEN AND VIEW AUDIO SLIDE PRESENTATION AFTER THE CALL
The audio of the Shareholder Call combined with the slide
presentation will be made available after the call on 23 August on
our website www.EuropeanCapital.com
AUDIO ONLY PRESENTATION AVAILABLE AFTER THE SHAREHOLDER CALL:
There will be a phone recording available from 22:00 BST Thursday
23 August until 04:59 BST Saturday 8 September. If you are interested
in hearing the recording of the presentation, please dial
+1-320-365-3844. Callers within the United States may dial
+1-800-475-6701. The access code for all callers is 882240.
For further information or questions, please do not hesitate to
call our Investor Relations Department at +44-(0)-800-458-0770.
ABOUT EUROPEAN CAPITAL
European Capital is a publicly traded investment company for
pan-European equity, mezzanine and senior debt investments with
capital resources of approximately euro 2.1 billion (US$2.9 billion).
European Capital invests in and sponsors management and employee
buyouts, invests in private equity buyouts and provides capital
directly to private and public companies headquartered predominantly
in Europe. European Capital generally invests between euro 5 million
and euro 500 million per transaction in equity, mezzanine debt and
senior debt to fund growth, acquisitions and recapitalizations.
Companies interested in learning more about European Capital's
flexible financing should contact Jean Eichenlaub at
+33-(0)-1-40-68-06-66 in Paris, Nathalie Faure Beaulieu or Simon
Henderson at +44-(0)-20-7539-7000 in London, Robert von Finckenstein
at +49-(0)-69-7171-2970 in Frankfurt, or Luis Felipe Castellanos at
+34-91-745-99-63 in Madrid, or visit the website at
ABOUT AMERICAN CAPITAL
American Capital Strategies Ltd. (Nasdaq: ACAS) is an affiliate of
European Capital and the only alternative asset management company
that is a member of the S&P 500. With US$16 billion in assets under
management(1), American Capital is the largest U.S. publicly traded
private equity fund and one of the largest publicly traded
alternative asset managers. American Capital, both directly and
through its global asset management business, is an investor in
management and employee buyouts, private equity buyouts, and early
stage and mature private and public companies. American Capital
provides senior debt, mezzanine debt and equity to fund growth,
acquisitions, recapitalizations and securitizations. American Capital
and its affiliates invest from US$5 million to US$800 million per
company in North America and euro 5 million to euro 500 million per
company in Europe.
(1) Includes American Capital's investment in externally managed
This press release contains forward-looking statements. The
statements regarding expected results of European Capital and/or
American Capital are subject to various factors and uncertainties,
including the uncertainties associated with the timing of transaction
closings, changes in interest rates, availability of transactions,
changes in regional, national or international economic conditions,
or changes in the conditions of the industries in which European
Capital and/or American Capital has made investments.
Web site: http://www.EuropeanCapital.com
ots Originaltext: European Capital
Im Internet recherchierbar: http://www.presseportal.ch
Tom McHale, Senior Vice President, Finance, American Capital,
+44-(0)-800-458-0770, or Juan Carlos Morales Cortes, Finance
Director, European Capital Financial Services Limited,