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Running an Effective Investor Relations Department: A Comprehensive Guide
by Steven M. Bragg
The ultimate guide to investor relations
Your one-stop resource for everything pertaining to your company's dealings with the investment community, Running an Effective Investor Relations Department provides investor relations professionals with essential day-to-day information. From creating and properly communicating a company's investment story, to dealing with both the sell side and buy side of the investment community, to providing guidance, and the form and frequency of that guidance, this authoritative resource covers it all.
Addresses every possible area of the investor relations profession
Includes chapters covering disclosure, forward-looking statements, guidance, event management, and twenty other topics
Other titles by Bragg: The Vest Pocket Controller,
Accounting Best Practices, Sixth Edition, and Just-in-Time Accounting, Third Edition
Practical and thorough, this book offers the world-class guidance you need to effectively manage your investor relations department.
STEVEN M. BRAGG, CPA, has been the chief financial officer or controller of four companies, as well as a consulting manager at Ernst & Young and an auditor at Deloitte & Touche. He received a master's degree in finance from Bentley College, an MBA from Babson College, and a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Maine. He is also the author of Accounting Best Practices, Sixth Edition and Cost Reduction Analysis: Tools and Strategies, both published by Wiley.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
About the Author.
Chapter 1 Managing Investor Relations.
Why Have an Investor Relations Department?
Investor Relations Objectives and Goals.
Investor Relations Tools.
Investor Relations Budget.
Managing Bad News.
Responding to Rumors.
Chapter 2 Investor Relations Officer Position.
Key Aspects of the IRO Position.
IRO Job Description.
Investor Relations Team.
IRO as Management Representative.
Chapter 3 Creating the Company Story.
Creating the Story.
Packaging the Story.
Clarifying and Mitigating Risk.
Matching the Company to the Story.
Duration of the Story.
Coordination with Public Relations.
Chapter 4 Event Management.
Non-Deal Road Show.
Annual Analyst Meeting.
Analyst and Industry Conferences.
Event Disclosure Issues.
Practicing for Events.
Chapter 5 Public Communications.
Constructing a Press Release.
Dealing with the Media.
Dealing with Electronic Message Boards.
Investor Relations Advertising.
Chapter 6 Publications.
Product Pipeline Report.
Company-Paid Research Reports.
Independent Research Reports.
Information Tracking Systems for Publications.
Chapter 7 Investor Relations Web Site.
Basic Investor Relations Web Site.
Intermediate Investor Relations Web Site.
Advanced Investor Relations Web Site.
Web Site Layout.
Sample Web Sites.
Chapter 8 Management Discussion and Analysis Section.
MD&A Reporting Requirements.
Examples of Enhanced MD&A Disclosure.
A Case for Full Disclosure.
Chapter 9 Disclosure.
Disclosure of Non-GAAP Information.
Ensuring Compliance with Disclosure Rules.
Disclosure During an Initial Public Offering.
Chapter 10 Forward-Looking Statements.
Basis for Class Action Lawsuits.
Private Securities Litigation Reform Act.
Legal Liability for Past Statements.
Chapter 11 Providing Guidance.
Whether to Provide Guidance.
Form of Guidance Issued.
Frequency and Timing of Guidance.
Aggressiveness of Guidance.
Chapter 12 Dealing with the Sell Side.
Finding the Right Analyst.
Dealing with Analysts.
Negative Analyst Report.
Dealing with Brokers.
Pump and Dump.
Dealing with Investment Bankers.
Dealing with Sell Side Specialists.
Chapter 13 Dealing with the Buy Side.
Types of Investors.
Dealing with Institutional Investors.
Travel Requirements for Meetings with Institutional Investors.
Dealing with Individual Investors.
Dealing with Investment Clubs.
Dealing with Foreign Investors.
Managing a Private Investment in Public Equity.
Direct Stock Purchase Plans.
Chapter 14 Dealing with Credit Rating Agencies.
Credit Rating Agency Relationship.
Chapter 15 Dealing with Short Sellers and Activist Investors.
How Short Sellers Operate.
How to Handle Short Sellers.
Monitoring Short Sellers.
Dealing with Activist Investors.
Chapter 16 Dealing with the Board of Directors.
IRO and the Board of Directors.
Investor Relations Board Packet.
Chapter 17 Major Stock Exchanges.
American Stock Exchange.
Overview of the NASDAQ.
NASDAQ Capital Market.
NASDAQ Global Market.
New York Stock Exchange.
Comparing the Stock Exchanges.
Chapter 18 Monitoring the Market.
Monitoring through Internet Services.
Monitoring through Individuals.
Monitoring through a Stock Surveillance Service.
Monitoring through a Stock Transfer Agent.
Electronic Message Boards.
Activity Caused by Trading Strategies.
Chapter 19 Blue Sky Laws.
Blue Sky Law Requirements and Implications.
Blue Sky Advice for the IRO.
Chapter 20 Proxy Solicitations.
Proxy Solicitation Concepts.
On-line Proxy Voting.
Proxy Distribution Process.
NYSE Rule 452.
Chapter 21 Dividends and Stock Buy-Backs.
Transition to a Dividend.
Stock Buy-Back Alternative.
Disclosure of a Stock Buy-Back Program.
Chapter 22 Outsourcing Investor Relations.
Skill Set of an Investor Relations Consultant.
Managing the Consultant Relationship.
National Investor Relations Institute.
Chapter 23 Investor Relations Metrics.
Internal and Financial Metrics.