Over 25 years’ experience in market-leading financial communications support

Your company needs healthy relationships with investors, analysts and the financial press. Whether you are listed or not – these connections matter.

The communications between you and financial media, analysts and investors can make or break your reputation. We strike the right balance between story and spreadsheet. We know what matters to analysts and understand how to interest financial journalists. We manage expectations in capital markets.

We offer strategic advice and practical support – having a solid understanding of risks and opportunities is how we generate high value.

Our experience

We work with some of the largest Dutch and international companies. Take a look at our client cases to learn more about our success stories.

Get in touch

Contact us with your investor relations inquiry.

Get in touch with our team in Amsterdam directly at +31 (0) 2 0575 4010 or info@cffcommunications.nl.

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CFF Communications strengthens its position with new Brand Communications service

CFF Communications strengthens its position with new Brand Communications service

Top Dutch agency merges with Grayling Nederland, expanding their service offering by adding an experienced team of consultants

Preview: Try our Political Monitoring service on Budget Day in the Netherlands

Preview: Try our Political Monitoring service on Budget Day in the Netherlands

Everything you need to know to be fully prepared for Prinsjesdag, the day when the Dutch government presents its plans and budget for 2020 - you'll find it in our overview below. It's an example of a new monitoring service we've developed, with our 15-strong team of media analysts, and Director Public Affairs, Jan Willem Blok: our political monitoring service. You can try it, for free, on Prinsjesdag.

CFF Communications – Behind the Scenes #8

CFF Communications – Behind the Scenes #8

As we are gearing up for the H1 results season, we are looking back on an eventful first half of 2019. In this update, you will learn more about some of the highlights of our work in the first six months of the year.