Hitting a home run

How the latest market intelligence techniques are helping IROs score with the buy side

Years ago, before investor relations became the burgeoning practice it is today, market intelligence was about gathering basic facts about a company's shareholder base. Targeting consisted of finding the names of portfolio managers and analysts who might show interest in a stock, and surveillance involved trolling through regulatory filings ...

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