We are pleased about the third issue of our customer magazine.

Once again, there are exciting articles on all aspects of investor relations:

Activism & Investor Relations: Activist shareholders are on the advance. Where are they particularly active? What are their preferred targets? And how can companies prepare for such activist shareholders?

MiFID II & Its Impact On Research & Roadshows: In the run-up to MiFID II, there have been numerous forecasts as to how Research & Corporate Access would develop from a corporate perspective. According to a recent study, more than 330 European companies lost their sell-side research completely as a result of MiFid II. In contrast, the number of buy-side analysts has increased. The sell side is struggling with the effects of MiFid II. How do companies deal with these changed market conditions?

Retail IR – An Underestimated Component of IR: Most companies tend to focus their IR work on institutional investors, portfolio managers, asset managers and equity analysts. Nevertheless, retail investors can have a significant impact on the share price, especially for smaller companies. The information behaviour of small investors differs considerably from that of professional players such as portfolio managers and equity analysts. What does a good retail IR programme look like? And which information channels should be used?

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In the second issue of our customer magazine you can look forward to new informative articles on all aspects of Investor Relations:

Investor Relations & Compliance: Compliance with statutory capital market regulations is becoming increasingly widespread. And more and more often, IROs have the task of avoiding precisely such sanctions – i.e. ensuring compliance with the rules. How can this be achieved? A compliance management system can help to maintain an overview here.

Measuring Investor Relations: It is undisputed that IROs play a significant role in the growth and success of listed companies. In return, corresponding returns on their work are expected. This raises the question of the extent to which investor relations contributes to the achievement of corporate goals. How can the performance of IROs be evaluated internally and made measurable?

Digital Investor Relations: While a few years ago the investment community was reluctant to include digital media and social media in its approach, today it can hardly escape digitalization. Which digital communication channels do companies use? Will the relevance of digital media increase?

Additionally: Dates & Service

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We did it! Our first customer magazine! Look forward to exciting articles on all aspects of investor relations. In our first issue:

Shareholder Value & Investor Relations: How is shareholder value determined? How can shareholder value reporting be structured? Why do companies and the capital market so often talk at cross purposes?

Corporate Access & MiFID II: What market developments can be observed since MiFID II came into force? How have the relationships between brokers, investors and companies developed? And how can companies react to this?

Investor Relations & Crisis Management: What are the usual triggers for crises in IR? What can be the first steps of a crisis plan? And how can crisis teams & communication be structured?

And beyond that: Dates & Services

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