IR Leader
March 12, 2024

With a new year come new objectives. For your professional objectives, position yourself to deliver a leading IR program by being a member of CIRI. 

Here's why you should:

  • Experience the benefits of being part of a larger team by leaning on an engaged and open community of IR peers and service providers.
  • Deliver an industry-leading IR program by staying current on best and emerging IR practices through professional development events.
  • Evolve your IR practices by leveraging IR-specific resources and research. 
  • Understand new and proposed regulatory changes with issues-focused publications and events. 

If you have renewed your membership, thank you, and we look forward to supporting you in 2024. If you haven't yet renewed, your membership has expired and your invoice is now available online. To pay your invoice, please visit and Sign In using your email address as your username. Click on your name located at the top of the website, in the middle, and select My account. Click on the Renew Now button on the left and you will be taken to your open invoice where you can complete the payment. Your renewal is complete once you receive an email from CIRI with your order confirmation.

Not yet a CIRI member? Click here to join today and start reaping the rewards of being a CIRI member.

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Top Stories

SEC Adopts Rules to Enhance and Standardize Climate-Related Disclosures for Investors

The Securities and Exchange Commission today adopted rules to enhance and standardize climate-related disclosures by public companies and in public offerings. The final rules reflect the Commission’s efforts to respond to investors’ demand for more consistent, comparable, and reliable information about the financial effects of climate-related risks on a registrant’s operations and how it manages those risks while balancing concerns about mitigating the associated costs of the rules.

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CSA Provides Updated Guidance on Virtual Shareholder Meetings

On February 22, 2024, the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) issued a news release providing updated guidance to reporting issuers regarding virtual shareholder meetings. This new guidance is a follow-up to the initial guidance that the CSA released in February of 2022 when many issuers had adopted virtual meeting practices due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The Changing Way IR Teams Are Using LinkedIn

Companies are getting more sophisticated about how they share investor-focused information

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Canada's 2024 Proxy Season Guide

Dentons Canada’s 2024 Proxy Season Guide sets out legislative, regulatory and advisory developments pertaining to corporate governance and annual disclosure matters which will impact Canadian public companies with respect to their proxy-related materials and other annual disclosure.

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Canada's Securities Regulators Must Finalize Climate-Disclosure Rules Without Delay

It has been well over two years since the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) proposed draft National Instrument 51-107 Disclosure of Climate-related Matters. At that time, institutional investors with $21-trillion in assets under management urged the CSA to move swiftly to finalize NI 51-107 if Canada is to obtain its share of capital flows to sustainable finance.

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