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 […]

The case for media training – it’s not about the questions

As preparation for interviews with journalists companies often schedule media training to try and get the best outcome for their Managing Director or C Suite executive. Inevitably executives inquire of the PR “what questions is the journalist going to ask”. From the company standpoint this probably seems reasonable. Surely approaching a journalist ahead of the […]

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 […]