As an IRO, you strive to ensure investors understand your company. One of the most efficient and effective ways to accomplish this is through events. Whether you host an investor day or a site tour, your analysts, shareholders and management are investing considerable time and energy. Hear lessons learned from senior IROs so that you can deliver on these high-stakes events. This event is eligible for 2 CEUs.
Sophie Argiriou, Vice President, Investor Communications, Gildan Activewear Inc.
Sophie Argiriou, VP, Investor Communications, Gildan Activewear. Sophie has been in the IR role at Gildan Activewear since March 2006 where as Vice President, Investor Communications, she leads the development and execution of an effective investor relations strategy for the Company. Before joining Gildan, Sophie spent 9 years at Bell Canada Enterprises in roles within External Reporting and Investor Relations. Prior to her tenure at BCE, Sophie was a Manager in Audit and Assurance at Deloitte. Sophie graduated from Concordia University with a Bachelor degree in Commerce, received her diploma in accountancy form McGill University and obtained her Chartered Accountant designation in 1994.
Andrew Arnovitz, Vice President, Strategy & Investor Relations, CAE Inc.
Andrew Arnovitz is Vice President, Strategy and Investor Relations and has been a company Vice President in these capacities since 2007. Andrew heads CAE’s corporate strategy and is responsible for leading the company’s strategic planning process enterprise wide. During his tenure, CAE transformed from being primarily an industrial products company to become one of the world’s leading aviation training companies, with over 60% of its annual revenue coming from services. Andrew is also responsible for managingCAE’s Enterprise Risk Management process, as well as its investor relations program, and has been the company’s key interlocutor to the investment community since 2001. He is a member of the company’sExecutive Management Committee. Prior to joining CAE, Andrew was a financial consultant with CIBC Wood Gundy where he gained a deep knowledge of capital markets and developed a business over nearly a decade, catering to the investment needs of individuals, trusts and foundations. Andrew holds an undergraduate degree in finance from Concordia University and is an Ivey Scholar recipient and MBA graduate from the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario. He has been a guest lecturer on strategy at the John Molson School of Business and the Desautels Faculty of Management.
Members - $49 + tax
Non-members - $69 + tax
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