IR Magazine talks with the world’s most interesting IR thinkers for actionable insights and commentary on trending topics like sustainability, activism, corporate access, regulation, and more. In the car, on the daily commute or on the road, The Ticker podcast is the sound of the global investor relations community brought directly to you.
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Every month on The Ticker we tackle topics such as ESG, corporate access, shareholder engagement, activism and more. The Ticker brings you actionable insights and commentary on trending issues straight from your peers.
Whether you are in the car, on the train, on the bus or the plane to your next IR event, the Ticker podcast will bring you the sound of the global investor relations community.
IR budgets, retail shareholder engagement and more: Ticker 134
In the latest episode of The Ticker podcast, the IR Magazine team discusses some of the key findings from the Global Investor Relations Practice Report 2022.
As IR budgets slowly recover in the US and Europe, IR Magazine senior reporter Tim Human, contributor Lloyd Bevan and reporter Noemi Distefano ask why Asia is lagging behind. And as China reopens its borders, the team considers what this could mean for IROs and investors in the region.
In an interview with our partner Pulse by Public.com, IR magazine editor James beech asks ow IR teams can best target retail shareholders. Katie Perry, general manager of Pulse by Public.com, explains how market volatility has changed the way retail investors think. Perry reveals the biggest misconceptions about retail investors and shares tips on IR best practices.
The Ticker is presented by Pulse by Public.com, providing tools for IR teams to engage retail shareholders. Learn more at Public.com/pulse.
ESG strategies, the business model of proxy advisers and more: Ticker 133
In the latest episode of the Ticker podcast, the IR Magazine team reports from the floor of the ESG Integration Forum – Europe, held in London in November.
In a roundtable discussion, IR Magazine editor James Beech, senior reporter Tim Human, senior event producer Laurence Taylor and reporter Noemi Distefano discuss the key takeaways from the forum.
In an interview with Q4, Noemi Distefano speaks with the firm’s IR director Tish Crawford-Jones, who shares peer-to-peer advice on how companies can craft a compelling ESG narrative.
Jeff Cossette talks to Nadya Malenko, associate professor of finance at the University of Michigan, about the potential conflict of interest proxy advisers face in selling their information to institutional investors, and what that means for companies.
Understanding investors and the technology behind the economy: Ticker 132
James Beech talks to Thomas Stephens, president at Corbets Capital, about how to generate alpha in volatile markets and how investors' behavior is changing in the current market turmoil. Jeff Cossette chats to tech industry marketing executive and IR professional Linda Montgomery, about why IROs should learn about blockchain, digital assets, NFTs and bitcoin.
‘IR has a lot of agency when it comes to TCFD’: Ticker 131
Jeff Cossette talks to Stephen Butler, director of investor engagement and ESG disclosure at Luminous, about how sustainability reporting is evolving and some of the common challenges companies face as they increasingly adopt TCFD recommendations.
Inside end-to-end vote confirmation: Ticker 130
While end-to-end vote confirmation – where investors get a receipt confirming how their proxy vote was cast – isn’t necessarily about improving the accuracy of the proxy voting process, Keir Gumbs, chief legal officer at Broadridge Financial Services, says it is about reinforcing trust. This episode of The Ticker also features findings from IR Magazine’s Crisis Communications report.