IR Leader
July 31, 2018
CIRI members identify four top reasons they value their membership. One of the top reasons is networking with peers at CIRI events.

CIRI's 31st Annual Conference, held in Toronto, ON June 3-5 offered a perfect mix of high quality programming and interactive networking activities - opportunities to catch up with peers and expand networks.

Delegates had a chance to participate in fun and friendly activities - before, during and after the Conference. 


To find out what other events and programs CIRI has coming up where you can make the most of your CIRI membership and build your professional network, click here

Click here to find out about the benefits of CIRI membership.

Not a CIRI member? Join today!

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CIRI is pleased to inform you that new job opportunities are available in Alberta and Ontario.

CIRI members can click here to view the postings. You must be logged in as this is a 'Members Only' benefit.

Are you looking to create or fill a position in your company or for a client? Here's an effective way to reach CIRI members who are looking for new challenges in investor relations.

Members may submit a job posting free of charge. Non-members may submit a job posting for $150+HST.

To submit a job posting, contact Kaitlin Davis at or (416) 364-8200.

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