The latest investor perception study of US investors and analysts from IR Insight is now available
More than 700 institutional investors and analysts participated in this year’s survey to identify the best current exponents of investor relations in the US.
The Investor Perception Study, US 2012 is now available to order.
To view a twelve-page extract from the 135-page report, click here.
This year's report goes significantly deeper than previously. You'll be able to read:
You will also be able to see how each of the companies performed in the following categories:
Financial reporting, investor meetings, use of technology, most progress in IR, corporate governance, best IRO, CFO & CEO and best overall investor relations.
How to get your copy
The Investor Perception Study, US 2012 costs $595 but is available free to all professional member subscribers to IR magazine.
If you upgrade to this subscription level now, you will have access to the Investor Perception Study, US 2012, the Global IR Practice Report 2012 (to be published in September 2012), all four regional investor perception studies published this year, and much more.
You can upgrade to professional-member level online or by downloading this order form. You can also buy individual copies of the report by completing this order form. For further information or any other inquiries, please contact Brigitte Toledano at +1 212 430 6861.
Dix & Eaton is an integrated communications consultancy specializing in investor relations, public relations, crisis communications, customer communications and reputation valuation. Working as partners, we bring deep experience, foresight and creativity to every relationship and help clients realize the full power of communication to drive results. Founded in 1952, Dix & Eaton has twice been named the nation’s best midsized firm. For more information, visit www.dix-eaton.com.
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