The aim of this course is to help experienced and senior IR staff and managers to take a fresh look at their writing skills and competencies. During this full day, participants will review and refresh their existing skills, and the course will help you ensure that you are getting the maximum possible positive effect from your daily written work.
This is a half day course aimed at IR teams looking to build their Debt Investor Relations activity. During the session, participants will look at current best practice in Debt IR, discuss how to deliver an effective debt IR programme, review debt IR related case studies, consider the interaction with Rating Agencies, and start work on an action plan that participants can take back to their business.
This course will give participants all of the information, context and access to tools that they need to understand and respond to the growing interest of institutional investors in the sustainability performance and corporate governance practices of quoted companies.
The IR Society holds a series of lunchtime workshops for more senior delegates on a range of themes such as Key elements of the IR calendar, Managing C-suite issues, Improving investor engagement and Updating your IR toolkit. Club IR is open to anyone working in IR or a related profession, who is keen to share their experiences, build their professional network and enhance their career in investor relations.
This interactive course looks at how Financial PR has evolved from being task-focused on financial results or soliciting press coverage to being integral to the corporate positioning with the capital markets. You will hear from experienced PR professionals together with former journalists and in-house IROs with practical advice as to how to develop a more strategic approach to messaging to a wider audience. It will also look at the challenges of putting a strategic framework around social and digital media and how to keep strategic positioning in mind even in a crisis.