Our latest Hot Topic Summary Report, a regular feature in which we survey buy-side analysts and portfolio managers for their input on a variety of topics affecting the financial and investment communities, explores the implications of tax reform.
In the past, Hot Topics have explored Brexit, social media, shareholder composition, what differentiates the best IR teams , and more. Last time, we discussed what investors feel are the best methods for communicating tax reform, and today we’re focusing on investor relations websites, and what investors are looking for when they visit them.
“From your perspective, what are the most value added components that are integral to a ‘best practice’ Investor Relations website? What IR websites would be considered to be best practices in your opinion and why?”
Ipreo surveyed investors managing over $788.2 billion in equity assets on best practices for investor relations websites. 63% of the respondents mentioned that issuers need to include historical slide decks from presentations, earnings call transcripts, and SEC data on their site.
Find out what else they add to say about their decision-making in Ipreo’s latest Hot Topic: Best Practices for Investor Relations Websites