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Aug 21, 2023

How IROs can navigate potentially perilous private meetings

Private investor meetings put IR professionals between a rock and a hard place
IROs navigate a tightrope to satisfy investors’ desires to meet with management privately while also avoiding regulatory trouble. The SEC’s Regulation Fair Disclosure (Reg FD) requires limiting any intentional disclosure of material nonpublic information (MNPI). But investors spend considerable time and money to attend private meetings with management in efforts to glean any sort of informational advantage. How can IR professionals keep investors happy without running afoul of the SEC? To

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Michael Durney

Michael Durney is a professor of accounting at the University of Iowa. After studying accounting at Brigham Young University and working as a financial statement auditor for EY, Durney received his PhD in accounting from Cornell University and worked...