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.
CFOs are playing a larger role in Investor Relations than ever before — here’s how they can keep up with their new responsibilities.
The Internet — and the way we use it — is constantly changing. Here’s what IR teams need to know about the trends that have transformed digital media over the last few years.
Global currencies are in a constant state of flux – here’s how IR professionals can better prepare for this inevitability.
Increased responsibilities on tighter budgets require smarter, more efficient IR management.
If you think that social media doesn’t have a critical role to play in the world of Investor Relations, think again: Elon Musk’s Twitter activity is all the proof you need.
In recent years, the frequency of major cyber attacks has increased at an alarming rate — for IR professionals, education and preparation are the best lines of defense.
From legal reasons to misconceptions, many IROs avoid the blogosphere — but in doing so, they’re missing out on a unique opportunity for investor and analyst engagement.
Despite their shrinking involvement in equity markets, retailer investors remain an important demographic that requires strategic and ongoing engagement.