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Mar 19, 2020

What if a fire alarm sounds during the earnings call?

In this regular article, we ask three contributors how they would respond to an operational issue. This time we asked three IROs what they would do if a fire alarm interrupted their earnings call
Mark Chyc-Cies, vice president of strategy, planning and investor relations at Gibson Energy If people say an earnings call is part art, then it’s also fair to say that the show must go on. And while the audience would likely appreciate that ensuring everyone’s safety is the top priority in such an instance, I would not be surprised if that alarm began to ring just after the top-ranked analyst asked a pointed question that is also front of mind for shareholders! Like anything else

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Ben Ashwell

Ben Ashwell was the editor at IR Magazine and Corporate Secretary , covering investor relations, governance, risk and compliance. Prior to this, he was the founder and editor of Executive Talent , the global quarterly magazine from the Association of...