IR Leader
September 01, 2020

Are you new to investor relations and want to get a better understanding of what the role entails? Do you have a team member that could benefit from IR-focused professional development? Do you support the investor relations team and want to make sure that you are providing them with what they need? Are you considering CIRI's IR Certification Program and need the prerequisite?

If so, CIRI has the resources you need, in one convenient bundle.

This bundle includes:

  • Registration to 2020 Essentials of Investor Relations being held virtually on September 14, 15, 21 and 22 (Value: $875);
  • A CIRI National and Chapter membership (Value: $740);
  • Standards and Guidance for Disclosure and Model Disclosure Policy (Value: $500); and
  • CIRI's Guide to Developing and Investor Relations Program (Value: $135).
This package has a total retail value of $2,250. CIRI is offering this bundle at a discounted price of $1,290. That's a savings of $960!

Contact Lora Turner for more information on this offer.

Click here
to visit the 2020 Essentials of IR website where you can view the program, learn more about speakers, see who is sponsoring and find more information about the CIRI Membership/Essentials of IR bundle.

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Corporate Sustainability Reporting - Frameworks, Standards, Guidance - Summer 2020 Update

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Canadian Securities Regulators Relax Financial Tests for Significant Acquisition Reporting

On August 20, Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) adopted amendments to National Instrument 51-102 Continuous Disclosure Obligations (NI 51-102) that narrow the circumstances under which reporting issuers are required to prepare and file business acquisition reports. These amendments are part of the CSA's broader efforts to reduce regulatory burdens on reporting issuers without compromising investor protection, and will become effective on November 18.

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Academics Attack ESG for Failure to Outperform During Crisis

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