• Why Investor Relations?

    For more than 40 years, the CFA Institute has advocated for efficient capital markets that are ethical, transparent, and provide investor protections. One of the Institute’s guiding principles states: “Investors need complete, accurate, timely and transparent information from securities issuers.”

  • Why InsuranceIR?

    Insurance companies face unique challenges when communicating with investors and InsuranceIR is uniquely suited to help with industry-specific support.

    The primary purpose of this blog is to offer specific ideas on how insurance companies can achieve that objective.

    The supporting pages offer information on InsuranceIR's capabilities and how firm principal Heather J. Wietzel can help your company improve your investor communications.

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  • Copyright 2012

Wow … NIRI Does It Again

NIRI’s 2010 Annual Conference was fantastic. Excellent speakers, important topics, great networking opportunities and lots of fun.

I feel like I’m “drinking from a fire hose” as I work through the conference material for information most relevant to my insurance audience, but I’ll start posting soon!

In the meantime, I encourage insurance company IROs to spend a few minutes taking the perspective assessment I talked about at the conference (I provided the URL to some people at the conference, but any insurance company IRO is welcome to participate).

The assessment will let those of us communicating with insurance investors:

  • Learn about the challenges and opportunities our peers are seeing in 2010 and beyond and how our perceptions compare.
  • Discover ways to leverage our personal strengths, improve our effectiveness and enjoy greater satisfaction in our IR roles.

Please let me know (via email or blog comment) if you need the URL to access the assessment tool.

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