Content preview: IR Magazine Winter 2016 print issue

Oct 03, 2016
<p>Targeting tools, European regulation and roadshows to Australia will be under the spotlight</p>

The following articles are scheduled to appear in the Winter 2016 print issue of IR Magazine. Please note, all content is subject to change. 

COVER STORY
TBC

TARGETING
Targeting transformed
Big data, new methods of analysis and advanced functionality are taking IR targeting tools to new levels of sophistication
By Brad Allen

SHAREHOLDER ENGAGEMENT
Proxy season 2017: A global preview
Through interviews with companies, advisers and investor groups, we round up the likely flashpoints of the 2017 annual meeting season. Plus, a best practice check-list for governance outreach

REGIONAL FOCUS: NORTH AMERICA
IR Magazine Think Tank recaps 
We review the discussion and debate at IR Magazine Think Tanks in Toronto and Palo Alto
By Laurie Havelock

REGIONAL FOCUS: EUROPE
What next for equity research?
Ahead of Mifid II’s implementation, investment banks are already remodeling their equity research offerings. Some are forking out for top talent; others are pulling back completely. Meanwhile, many predict overall coverage levels will fall: no problem for over-broked stocks ‒ but a major worry for small and mid-caps
By Elizabeth Judd

REGIONAL FOCUS: ASIA
Roadshow destination guide: Sydney
A growing number of companies from outside Australia are heading to Sydney on roadshows. In this city guide, we break down the buy-side landscape, gather targeting advice from brokers and ask local IROs how to make the most of a trip
By Ali Cain

RESEARCH REPORT
IR Magazine Global Roadshow Report 2016
Read the definitive guide to roadshow practices around the world based on the responses of 700+ IR professionals, including rankings of the most visited cities and most used brokers. This report is sponsored by Bank of America Merrill Lynch
By Lloyd Bevan

CONFERENCES
Moving beyond oil
IR professionals gathered in Dubai in September for the annual conference of the Middle East Investor Relations Association, where Saudi Arabia’s financial reform plans dominated conversation.

BUY SIDE
Interview: Troy Asset Management
In the latest in our series of buy-side interviews, IR Magazine speaks with London-based Troy Asset Management, which has $10 bn in assets under management and describes its style as ‘unconventional, yet conservative’
By Gill Newton

CAREERS SECTION
15 questions
Christopher Hollis, director of financial communications and head of IR at LVMH, who also heads up the French IR association, tackles our quick-fire Q&A challenge

Careers advice
Heather McGregor, managing director at recruitment firm Taylor Bennett and Mrs Moneypenny columnist for the Financial Times, offers IR careers tips in her regular column

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