Informed 94 – Spring 2017

The Spring 2017 issue of Informed contains a special feature titled ‘All change in the City: another Big Bang?’. We asked contributors to comment on forthcoming regulatory changes, the global economic climate and what the future of IR may look like.

The Spring 2017 issue of Informed contains a special feature titled ‘All change in the City: another Big Bang?’. Here, we asked contributors to comment on forthcoming regulatory changes, the global economic climate and what the future of IR may look like. Articles in this section included:

  • Thirty years on – the IR profession’s ‘Bing Bang’ revolution, Reg Hoare
  • All change for IROs and the equity research industry, Neil Shah
  • MiFID II: This time it really is different, Steve Kelly
  • The case for keeping the human touch, Richard Davies
  • The ‘future of reporting’ may be arriving sooner than we thought, Nicholas White
  • Poacher turned gamekeeper – from City role to in-house IR, Alexandra Hockenhull

Also in this issue, Clare Williams reports on a recent Society webinar, Charles Hamlyn introduces the New York Roadshow Pocketbook, Phil Corbett discusses quarterly reporting, and Michael Nicholson shares his thoughts on IR in takeover bid situations.

We also present ‘IRO stories’ from ASOS’s Greg Feehely and the AA’s James Curran.

Regular features include Society news, new members, CIR passes, events, professional development courses, service providers and more.

If you have any ideas for inclusion in future issues of Informed, please contact Laura Hayter.

Published 21 March, 2017

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