IR Magazine Awards – Canada: short lists out

Jan 14, 2016
<p>Find out who is up for an award in Toronto on February 4</p>

The IR Magazine Awards – Canada 2016 are only three weeks away and the full list of nominees is now public.

Almost 300 Canadian analysts and portfolio managers told IR Magazine’s researchers which companies are giving them the best investor relations service across a range of different areas, from financial reporting and use of technology to investor meetings and sustainability, from the quality of IR personnel to the effectiveness of senior management.

The short lists for the grand prix and best IRO awards are listed below. Click here to view the full list of nominees.

Grand prix for best overall investor relations (large cap)          
Canadian Pacific Railway            
Rogers Communications          
TD Bank Group            

Grand prix for best overall investor relations (mid-cap)          
Agnico Eagle Mines          
ARC Resources          
WSP Global          

Grand prix for best overall investor relations (small cap)          
Alamos Gold          
Capstone Mining          
Trinidad Drilling          

Best investor relations officer (large cap)          
Canadian Pacific Railway (Nadeem Velani)
CN (Janet Drysdale)
Goldcorp (Jeff Wilhoit)
Rogers Communications (Bruce Mann*)
*Bruce Mann moved from Rogers Communications to Hydro One in August 2015         

Best investor relations officer (mid-cap)          
Agnico Eagle Mines (Brian Christie)
ARC Resources (David Carey)
Baytex Energy (Brian Ector)
WSP Global (Isabelle Adjahi)

Best investor relations officer (small cap)          
Aecon Group (Adam Borgatti)
Alamos Gold (Scott Parsons)
Primero Mining (Tamara Brown)
Trinidad Drilling (Lisa Ottmann)

Join us on February 4 for a full day of investor relations. During the day we will be hosting the IR Magazine Investor Perception Seminar – Canada 2016, a gathering of past winners and nominees for the Canada Awards speaking about the practices that put them at the top of their game in the investor relations world.

Then join us in the evening for the awards to celebrate this year’s winners for excellence in investor relations. We are delighted to announce that Bruce Sellery will be our master of ceremonies.

The author of two best-selling books, Sellery is the personal finance expert for the national lifestyle show Cityline and for CBC Television’s The Exchange with Amanda Lang, and writes advice columns for Chatelaine, Today’s Parent and MoneySense. He is the former host of Million Dollar Neighborhood on the Oprah Winfrey Network and spent 10 years with Canada’s Business News Network, anchoring from both Toronto and New York City.

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