This course provides an introduction to IR and the financial environment in which IR professionals work. It explains how the financial markets operate and are regulated. A Q&A session with an IR professional provides an invaluable opportunity to clarify any practical areas of particular interest to the participants.
This discussion-based half day course explores ‘best practice IR’ and looks at the most current tools and techniques available to IROs to help them achieve this.
This interactive half-day course, which includes a Q&A session with a panel of senior practitioners, helps IROs build stronger relationships with their key stakeholders, through developing a better understanding of how capital markets work and the key priorities for an IR function. It explores the practitioner’s day-to-day roles and interactions with fund management firms, sell-side, advisory firms and the media and builds on the aspects covered in the Introduction to IR and the financial markets course.
This full day workshop will help you to write impactful IR communications, ensuring your key messages are delivered to the market consistently and aligned to your core company narrative. It will look at putting this in practice when writing press releases, factsheets, websites and annual reports.
Personal and Executive assistants who come into contact with investors, research analysts and external advisors need to understand the dynamics of the financial markets. This course will help you to understand the financial jargon, who the key participants are, what to prioritise, what information can be disclosed and how you can best support senior management.