When it comes to investor relations, you should never stop seeking out ways to improve. Let’s run through 5 quick strategies that can help IR departments of all shapes and sizes.
A new set of guidelines established by 13 prominent executives and financial leaders marks a significant step toward a unified effort to improve corporate governance.
Forward-thinking investors in sustainable ventures are calling on credit rating agencies to more seriously consider environmental and social information when making their analyses.
The shareholder paradigm is shifting: engagement can no longer be limited just to IROs and their teams.
The hard work doesn’t stop after your company has gone public. A proactive IR strategy is a must in order to foster long-term analyst and investor relationships.
The global financial crisis drastically reshaped the Investor Relations landscape. IROs today encompass a much broader range of responsibilities, including maintaining the stability of their company’s valuation.
The need to attract new investors while retaining the old ones is a balancing act IR professionals have to master in an increasingly competitive sector.
When it comes to pushing agendas and maintaining financial stability, more and more companies are courting individual retail investors. Are small shareholders back on the rise?
Merger and acquisition activity had a record-setting year in 2015, and could very well break that record this year. But not all acquisitions go according to plan; and IROs have a role to play in ensuring the deals proceed smoothly.
Since its early inception in the 1920s, shareholder activism has morphed from a check against groupthink in the boardroom into what many experts are now calling a major crisis.