IGB Hot Topics Series2020-01-22T21:23:36-05:00

IGB Hot Topics Series

IGB Hot Topics Series provides insight and solutions for the pressing challenges facing small and mid-cap companies in the global capital markets.

608, 2020

Making the Most of Investor Meetings and Events in the COVID-19 Era

August 6th, 2020|

Amid the ongoing crisis, institutional investors overwhelmingly expect management teams to proactively communicate their strategy and investment thesis in a virtual context With the mid-Summer earnings reporting season coming to a close and much of the world still significantly impacted by COVID-19, company management teams and boards are grappling [...]

805, 2020

Adapting post-earnings IR outreach for the COVID-19 era – 5 steps for effectively staying in front of investors during a time of social distancing

May 8th, 2020|

With first quarter reporting nearing an end, public companies are now grappling with how to adapt their wider investor relations efforts to a new reality of prolonged social distancing, widespread working from home, and unprecedented capital markets volatility. While extraordinary times may call for extraordinary measures, it’s also more [...]

204, 2020

The Earnings Process in Extraordinary Times – A guide for releasing results and setting expectations during COVID-19

April 2nd, 2020|

With the first quarter of 2020 having drawn to a close and the wide-ranging effects of COVID-19 continuing to reshape both daily life and global financial markets, public companies across all industries are preparing to issue financial results in an environment of unprecedented uncertainty. While the global financial crisis [...]

302, 2020

How Is MiFID II Impacting Small-Cap Investing in the US?

February 3rd, 2020|

As part of the ongoing IGB Hot Topics Series, The IGB group recently surveyed institutional investors representing over $2 trillion of assets under management. Our goal was to ascertain prevailing market views related to the impact of MiFID II regulations on U.S. small-cap investing.MiFID II, the Markets in Financial Instruments [...]

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