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Lionsgate Names Longtime Wall Street Analyst New Head of Investor Relations

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Nilay Shah brings 15 years of experience to the ‘John Wick‘ studios of Citadel, Ivory Capital, and Franklin Templeton. Lionsgate has named former Franklin Templeton analyst Nilay Shah as its new head of investor relations. Informing Lionsgate CFO Jimmy Barge, Nilay Shah will promote investor marketing and handle daily communications with shareholders and analysts.

“As we continue to invest in our content pipelines, accelerate the convergence of our studio and platform businesses and develop Starz into one of the world’s leading premium subscription platforms for our (Shah) analysts, our “The same is true for communicating the story of value creation,” said Barre in a statement on Monday, “is the same for current and prospective shareholders.”

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Shah served for three years at Citadel Global Equities as telecom, cable, media, internet, and video game analyst. Prior to this, he was a portfolio manager and equity analyst at Ivory Capital and a portfolio manager at UBS O’Connor. Nilay Shah began his career as a senior investment banking analyst at Raymond James.

“I have closely followed Lionsgate as both an analyst and a shareholder for over 10 years, and I have been deeply impressed by its entrepreneurial leadership team,” Shah said in his statement. Statement. He received his M.B.A degree in Finance and Strategic Management from the Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago in 2008. Nilay Shah graduated from Northwestern University in 2003 with a B.A. Degree in Economics and International Studies.

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