• 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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And Now For AIFA

After almost six weeks of earnings reports and conference calls, I suspect insurance investors are looking forward to AIFA’s (Association of Insurance Financial Analysts) upcoming Annual Conference as much as I am.  The conference begins Sunday night and runs through Wednesday morning.

I’m looking forward to attending — partly because it should be warmer in Florida but more important — because it will be a great opportunity to catch up with investor and corporate friends in a less formal setting.

I’m also looking forward to listening to the panel discussions (a new format this year) that will focus on different facets of the insurance industry.  Presenter commentary and investor questions may give new insights that can help shape the direction of investor communications over the coming months.

I hope to see you there!


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