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Aug 31, 1995

North of the Border

Canadian IR in the mid-1990s is proving to be a two-way street, as Canadian institutions diversify abroad and Canadian companies endeavor to woo foreign funds to their domestic market

Canadian IR may still be at a formative stage but its underlying growth is easily exceeding expectations. Indeed, the Canadian Investor Relations Institute (Ciri) now boasts more members - over 300 - than its UK counterpart, making it second only to Niri. A core of exceptionally well-versed senior IROs forms the nucleus of the community in Canada, but there are also many newcomers on the scene, trying to climb the learning curve as fast as possible. Ciri surveys show that 70 per cent of the

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