CIRI's 2012 IR Compensation and Responsibilities Survey
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CIRI conducted the seventh Investor Relations Compensation and Responsibilities Survey during the first quarter of 2012. The research objectives of the survey were to:
Key survey findings include:
- track trends and changes in the roles, responsibilities, resourcing and compensation of the IR profession in Canada; and
- provide compensation and budget information for benchmarking.
- Evolution and elevation of the IR profession
- 85% of IROs report to the C-suite, up from 82% in 2010
- 75% of corporate IR professionals work in separate, specialized IR departments, up from 72% in 2010
- IROs increase strategic influence by providing information and insights
- 79% of IROs have provided strategic counsel to management over the past 12 months, up from 77% in 2010
- 57% of the IR functions present to the Board, up from 50% in 2010
- IR role becoming more global
- 33% of respondent companies are inter-listed in the U.S.
- IR compensation is multi-faceted and complex
- Among those who spent 50% or more of their time on IR, total cash compensation averaged $180,500, implying a 4.5% compounded annual increase since 2010.
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