Informed 102 – Spring 2019
The Spring 2019 issue of Informed contains a special feature titled 'IR policy brief: Changing market dynamics'. We asked contributors to comment on a range of current issues for the IR community.
The feature section included the following articles:
- Implications for the board of the new Corporate Governance Code, Fergus Wylie
- MiFID II – what next? Michael Hufton
- MiFID II – focusing on the number of analysts is only half the story, Keith Hiscock and Yinghen Chen
- The impact of MiFID II – a US perspective, Ursula Kizy and Amani Korayeim
- Breaking through MiFID II, Tish Crawford Jones
- Informed interview: A changing climate for investor relations, James Hulse and Mike Tyrrell
- The challenges of reporting ESG and social impact investing, Emma Burdett
- The rise of passive investing and activism, ESG, Brexit and political uncertainty, James Jarvis
- Active passivism or passive activism? Simon Bailey
- Shareholder activism – a disconnect? Claire Lavery
- Examining and executing on the new UK IPO regulations, Lorraine Rees
Also in this issue, Richard Davies offers his thoughts on regulation and the current economic climate and Sallie Pilot writes about governance and stewardship and preparing for the IR Society Best Practice Awards.
Regular features include industry news, the CEO's personal view, the chair's letter, new members, CIR passes, service providers and more.
If you have any ideas for the inclusion in future issues of Informed please contact Laura Hayter.
Published 8 April, 2019