• 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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FYI — NYTimes — Irene Adds to a Bad Year for Insurance Industry

Irene Damage May Hit $7 Billion, Adding to Insurer Woes – NYTimes.com — This New York Times story provides an interesting recap of the disaster-related losses the insurance industry has faced in 2011, and how 2011 compares with earlier years.

I also think it serves as a useful reminder that a common investor view of catastrophe events — as a potential catalyst for price firming — isn’t necessarily the view taken by the property casualty industry’s other constituencies (policyholders, regulators, communities, employees, etc.).

Insurance-sector investor relations teams are well served by keeping the reality of integrated communications in mind when preparing materials for investor audiences.

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