Corporate access Archive

Jun 30, 2022
Corporate Access II report now available
IR Magazine has released the second of two reports examining virtual corporate access and its impact upon IR. The report investigates shareholder composition by region and how corporate access outside of a company’s region has developed over the course of the Covid-19 pandemic. The report also looks at how virtual and in-person formats have affected domestic and non-domestic investor engagement.   ...
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Jun 14, 2022
Meetings of minds: Are in-person or virtual meetings best for corporate access?
One thing that may become apparent looking back on the Covid-19 pandemic is not so much how it created new trends in working practices, but rather that it dramatically accelerated nascent trends, forcing individuals and firms to abandon the traditional way of doing things and providing a vacuum for ideas such as remote working and virtual meetings to step into. Initial responses to virtual meetings were positive, with IROs and investors being able to continue their ...
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Jun 01, 2022
Summer 2022 cover story: Why the Great Recovery is an IR renaissance
When accommodation at the hotel for the forthcoming Stifel Conference in Florida this June sold out in April, the IR community knew it was well and truly back on the road. ‘People are excited to attend conferences and talk to each other,’ says Patrick Davidson, senior vice president of IR at Oshkosh Corporation. ‘So we had to find another hotel – but that’s a good problem to have because we’re getting out and meeting people. We went to our first in-person confe...
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May 30, 2022
Corporate Access I report now available
IR Magazine has released a new report examining virtual corporate access and its impact upon IR. It is the first of two corporate access reports to be published by IR Magazine this summer. The report investigates the practical effects of the virtual format on meetings and events with investors, how investors view these interactions and whether this affects their investment decisions. ...
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May 19, 2022
Investors influence where energy windfall profits are pumped
A ‘bump’ in global greenhouse gas emissions within 12 months is likely if western countries replace Russian gas supplies with coal and Russia continues to sell fossil fuels elsewhere, warns MSCI, adding that investors can influence where windfall profits of energy companies are reinvested. The global equity index firm says if, in an ‘extreme worst-case scenario’, Europe replaced all Russian gas imports with coal, emissions could rise by as much as 0.8 gigato...
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May 13, 2022
The week in investor relations: Big polluters brace for shareholder rebellions, drug-makers protect vaccine IP and the ‘culture war’ invades proxy season
– Some of the world’s largest corporate emitters face the prospect of a shareholder rebellion this month, with climate-related votes poised to spike throughout the proxy season, CNBC reported. Oil and gas majors on both sides of the Atlantic are scheduled to hold their AGMs in the coming weeks, with exi...
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