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The Canadian Investor Relations Institute (CIRI) conducted the eighth Investor Relations Compensation and Responsibilities Survey during the fourth quarter of 2014. One hundred and eighty-nine investor relations professionals took part, including 55% of qualified CIRI corporate members

The research objectives were to:
- provide members, non-members and industry professionals with budget information for benchmark analysis; and
- track key trends in the roles,... Details
One of the top reasons investor relations professionals join CIRI is for the valued resources. Now, for a limited time, you can access three of CIRI’s most highly rated resources and up your IR game. This electronic publications bundle includes:

• Standards and Guidance for Disclosure and Model Disclosure Policy, Fifth Edition;
• IR directions: Investor Presentation Practices (a member-only publication); and
• IR directions: Annual General Meeting Practices... Details
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CIRI’s Guide to Developing an Investor Relations Program, Third Edition offers the knowledge required to develop and manage a successful investor relations program. If you are new to IR, this Guide is a ‘must have’ resource for your IR tool kit. If you are reviewing your existing IR program, this Guide can help identify gaps or areas of opportunity.

Now, for a limited time, when you order CIRI’s Guide to Developing an Investor Relations Program, Third Edition, we will... Details
No comprehensive program exists that teaches the unique combination of skills and knowledge required to be successful in investor relations. Those new to the investor relations (IR) function are often overwhelmed by the responsibilities and uncertain where to begin, and what questions to ask.

The first edition of this Guide to Developing an Investor Relations Program was commissioned by CIRI in 2001 to assist IR professionals in setting up and maintaining an effective IR ... Details
No comprehensive program exists that teaches the unique combination of skills and knowledge required to be successful in investor relations. Those new to the investor relations (IR) function are often overwhelmed by the responsibilities and uncertain where to begin, and what questions to ask.

The first edition of this Guide to Developing an Investor Relations Program was commissioned by CIRI in 2001 to assist IR professionals in setting up and maintaining an effective... Details
Do you have questions about the ever-evolving best practices and regulatory changes for Corporate Disclosure?

These guidelines provide IR professionals with an outline for developing a disclosure policy and practices for handling a variety of situations.

This fifth edition of Standards & Guidance for Disclosure and Model Disclosure Policy is available in electronic format only.