Club IR Workshops

The IR Society holds a series of lunchtime workshops for more senior delegates on a range of themes such as Key elements of the IR calendar, Managing C-suite issues, Improving investor engagement and Updating your IR toolkit. Club IR is open to anyone working in IR or a related profession, who is keen to share their experiences, build their professional network and enhance their career in investor relations.

The IR Society holds a series of lunchtime workshops for more senior delegates on a range of themes such as:

• Key elements of the IR calendar
• Managing C-suite issues
• Improving investor engagement
• Updating your IR toolkit

See below our new Club IR workshops for 2017. Sign up early to avoid disappointment.

The workshops are open to anyone working in IR or a related profession, who is keen to share their experiences, build their professional network and enhance their career in investor relations. Moderated by an experienced market professional, they will be an efficient and highly focused way for busy practitioners to keep up to speed on issues which are integral to their job, but are not covered at this advanced level in the main programme of IR Society educational events.

Taking place on a Monday lunchtime at the IR Society offices, these sessions have proved very popular as efficient ways to get practical advice, war stories and new ideas to takeaway and put into practice.

 

Monday 13th March: Why integrated reporting - Exploring value creation and best practice reporting, Sallie Pilot, Director of Research & Strategy, Black Sun

Monday 10th April: Gender Pay Gap reporting, Gillian Karran-Cumberlege, Founding Partner, Fidelio Partners

Monday 18th September: Consensus Management, Alex Money, Managing Director, ACE Consensus

Monday 2nd October: Key elements of a defence manual

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Course level

Advanced IR

Location

IR Society, 5th Floor, 30 Coleman Street, London EC2R 5AL

Course dates

2 October 2017
12.30pm to 2.00pm

13 November 2017
12.30pm to 2.00pm

  • IR Society members - single session (£35 + VAT)
    £42
  • Non-members - single session (£50 + VAT)
    £60
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