Panel discussion about the shifts in Alignment between corporate constituents; the impact on short- and long-term outlooks; contribution to inequality in pay; reactions from active and passive investors; the context of corporate governance
Homework; CEO's as IR Representatives; Messaging; Websites; ESG; Presentations; Reg FD; MiFID II.
Video participation with Conference delegates: Initial analysis; Sell-side input; Management participation; MiFID II; the "Ideal" Meeting; preparation; investment process; feedback; the value of the Story.
Communications when problems arise - who, what, how? Art & science of investing; essential contacts; value of CEO on an IR team; greater value of enabled IROs.
Update on issues on US investors' minds and suggested responses for IR teams, including politics, trade, regulations, research, return expectations, compensation, activism.
Objectives, Preparation, Relationship Development
Performance vs. Returns; Communications vs. Noise; Governance vs. Risk; Capital; Caution; Activism; Compensation
IR Objectives; Challenges; Preparation; Valor Services; Investor Issues; Principles;
Meeting Management & Developing Core Relationships
A handbook designed to help the IR team looking to understand what is expected of them by their institutional investors. Covering expectations, the duality of communications, preparation and pro-activity, this is a brief, relevant handbook for first-class communications
Foreign companies looking to understand Western investors; the need to be corporate citizens to attract Western capital; corporate governance; communications; a steep learning curve.
Panel discussion covering Executive Roles, Board Independence, Board qualifications, Proxy voting, Investor expectations.
IR Team Objectives; Relationship Development; Preparation, Pitches and Execution; Follow-up Activities
Objectives; Connections; Preparation; Problems; the Perfect Pitch; Core Relationships, Resilience
Objectives; Preparation; Execution & Follow-Up
Description of Valor IRC Philosophy, IR Challenges, Services and Solutions.
Speech, panel discussion and break-out session with Taiwanese clients on 1-on-1 meeting effectiveness, expectations, preparation and pitfalls
Expectations; Fulfillment; Audience Awareness; Classic Mistakes; Materials preparation
Analysis of the new Codes introduced in Japan; required response from corporates and investors; Valor's Code=specific services.
The official start of Valor IR Consulting's new business, looking to facilitate communication between foreign, listed companies and their English-speaking institutional investors.