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Aug 29, 2017

Why are so many IROs moving into corporate, public or government affairs?

IR Magazine takes a look at IROs and their affairs

The past six months have seen a raft of senior IR professionals make the move into corporate or public affairs, either in a new career step or as an add-on to their remit. What has made this role – once viewed as a vague, unchallenging communications-cum-planning reward title for company time-servers – a favorite option when considering life after IR? ‘We’ve recently placed a number of people into a combined IR and corporate affairs role,’ confirms Oskar Yasar, a founder at the Yasar

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Candice de Monts-Petit

Candice de Monts-Petit

Candice de Monts-Petit joined IR Magazine as a senior editor in 2012. Prior to this, she worked in investor relations, first as an IRO for oil and gas firms in Paris and Moscow and subsequently as an IR consultant in London. She graduated in business...