Effective communication between issuers and the investment community is essential at the best of times. Add to this the COVID-19 global pandemic and communication becomes even more important. Now’s the time for IROs to be more strategic in their communications by expanding disclosure to address the impact the pandemic is having on their business; perhaps modifying guidance practices; and continuing to engage investors with the same frequency as before if not more. Hear how other IROs have adapted their IR program to continue delivering their company’s story effectively in a time of crisis.
Date: June 18, 2020
Time: 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM ET
Cost: CIRI members $30; Non members: $50
Lyne Beauregard Fisher, Vice President, Investor Relations & Marketing, Real Matters
Lyne Beauregard Fisher has 20 years of experience in investor relations, communications and marketing in the technology and financial services industries. She joined Real Matters in March 2016 and was part of the team that led the IPO.
Lyne started her career with BCE Emergis. She went on to develop and lead Cinram International’s first investor relations program and held senior investor relations and communications positions with TD Bank Group and D+H.
Lyne holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Concordia University and a Certificate in Public Relations from Ryerson University.
Jason Fleury, Director, Investor Relations, Painted Pony Energy
Jason Fleury is the Director, Investor Relations at Painted Pony Energy LTD and has over 17 years of investor relations experience in the energy industry having worked for several companies during his career. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Regina and an MBA from the Haskayne School of Business at the University of Calgary.
Lisa Greatrix, Senior Vice-President, Finance & Investor Relations, Canadian Tire Corporation, Limited
Lisa Greatrix is a seasoned Finance Executive with extensive experience in managing diverse groups and initiatives in multiple disciplines including finance, customer support and operations.
As Senior Vice-President, Finance and Investor Relations at Canadian Tire Corporation (CTC), Lisa and her team directly support CTC’s Board of Directors, CFO and CEO. In her role, Lisa oversees investor relations strategies and programs and also manages relationships with the investor and analyst communities.
Lisa joined Canadian Tire in 2007 as Vice-President, Corporate Financial Planning and Analysis. During this time, she acted as a trusted advisor to senior management, supported the creation of CT REIT and played a key role in creating a sustainable financial framework. Throughout her career at CTC, she has set strategies and inspired change that has made CTC home to some of the best practices in financial planning and analysis.
Prior to joining Canadian Tire, Lisa held senior positions at MDS, Research in Motion and Xerox Canada.
Lisa is a Chartered Accountant and Chartered Professional Accountant and holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from York University. She has also completed the Queen’s Executive Program.