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Measuring IR Success

Mar 13, 2019


When evaluating the success of an investor relations strategy it is important for smaller companies to look beyond institutional investment and trading volumes.

According to this report, issuers with a market capitalization under $1 bn normally do not have the liquidity, volume or capital structure to attract big institutional names.

Small-cap companies should not feel disheartened. In the early years of public ownership, other types of shareholders including retail are important.  IR teams need to build a strong foundation for their investor relations strategy that looks five years ahead, rather than one or two.

This white paper covers four key sections to consider:

  • Investor targeting
  • Cross trading benefits for international companies
  • Measuring IR success
  • Building a long-term strategy

Download this report for a guide on how to measure progress as your company builds toward long-term objectives.

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