Your organisation has a compelling investment case. So why don’t investors see it?
Effective Investor and Funder Relations is deceptively difficult to get right, requiring the ability to navigate an unusual combination of areas - finance, communication and compliance. That is why training is a core part of our offering. Selected to train by the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, we also run courses on stakeholder and media relations.
Contact us to book for our upcoming courses, or book customised training meeting your specific requirements.
Investor communications in the face of COVID-19
Investor Relations Officer workloads have rocketed since the start of the pandemic, with increased share price volatility, more investor calls and the urgent need to move all engagement online. IR teams are trying to satisfy investor concerns while making major changes to how they operate. Learn how to adapt your investor communications to improve efficiency and manage uncertainty during the pandemic.
Investor Relations In South Africa
As an executive responsible for investor engagement for a South African company, you compete for investment capital with companies across the world. Attracting sell-side interest and foreign investors can be tough given investor anxiety about emerging market and country issues. How do you build an effective investment case as a South African company?
Digital Investor Relations
Content on the internet and social media drives investment decisions and impacts company value. That makes the web is a powerful channel to present your investment case or enlist support for corporate actions. Learn how to take advantage of this opportunity, in a way that meets best practise and falls within listing regulations.
Compelling Investor Engagement on ESG
A growing number of investors aiming to understand a company’s risk profile now include questions about its critical Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) issues along with the financial. Few companies facing questions about ESG issues are equipped to handle them. How do you turn ESG into a competitive advantage?
Courses can be scheduled based on your requirements
Next dates for JSE training: 21 and 22 October 2020
Cost: R4, 500.00 per delegate excl VAT
Venue: Johannesburg Stock Exchange, One Exchange Square, Sandton or virtually if required due to COVID-19)