Investor Relations

If you can’t say it on the platform, don’t say it! – Social Media and Disclosure

Social media can be a very effective channel for reaching a broad audience, but also a minefield for listed companies to navigate, so a good understanding is critical to ensure you stay on the right side of the regulators. This was the topic at a recent Social Media and Disclosure Forum hosted by Citadel-MAGNUS in […]

Don’t let Social Media influence your strategy

Many executives spend way too much time monitoring activity on investor forums. It can consume a great deal of time, and, unless you have a very thick skin, the regular and often baseless criticism executives cop can be draining and distracting. The best option is to ignore it and don’t get distracted by the ‘keyboard […]

Leverage Your Existing Shareholder Base

A common desire of listed companies is to seek new, sometimes international, investment as a way to stabilise the share price and add a level of prestige to the register. While attracting new retail and institutional investors is part of every listed company’s journey it is not a ‘silver bullet’ and certainly not the only […]

Discounting ESG – A risky strategy for small cap investor relations

Discounting ESG is a risky investor relations strategy for small caps

Small to mid cap companies should consider ESG factors in their investor relations programs as investors assess the risks of not investing responsibly. ESG has become an important area of risk management for publicly listed companies, and companies who choose not to disclose environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors will struggle to compete for capital and are […]