Receive Asian investor event updates in English

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During the earnings season in Asia, you might feel frustrated by the delay or limited access to Chinese and Japanese companies’ information. Language barriers may potentially be the cause of your frustration. 

With ScoutAsia, you can find English transcripts of key investor events from SCRIPTS Asia, a premier provider of investor event coverage throughout the region. If you are interested, sign up for a free trial from here

About SCRIPTS Asia

SCRIPTS Asia works with hundreds of listed companies to gain permission to attend domestic investor events such as earnings meetings, analyst briefings and shareholder meetings. From these events, they produce comprehensive English and local language transcripts, in addition to a database of event statistics – all within 24 hours. Their regional coverage now exceeds 2,000 listed companies across Asia, with Japan and China as the key markets. 

What’s in ScoutAsia 

At ScoutAsia, their English speech-to-text transcripts and translation from original languages such as Chinese, Japanese and Korean are available. You can narrow down the search by company names, country/region, sectors or dates from the Search bar.  

(Users can find SCRIPTS Asia within ’Transcripts’ from ’Sources’) 

Each article page displays the transcripts of the main presentation. You can also download the entire content, including event summary and Q&A part, in a PDF format. (See the screenshot below) 

Earnings Update  

For more details, please book a demo from here. We would be delighted to arrange a personal walk-through of the new features.

Making Asian market accessible for foreign investors

SCRIPTS Asia covers various key investor events such as earning announcement, shareholder meetings, analyst briefings and mid-term management plan presentations. With the timely coverage and translations, we believe that this new feature will increase the value of ScoutAsia platform to help the users discover and follow Asian businesses with less hassle in one platform. 

Sign-up for a free trial today. 

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