Stock-exchange-listed companies have obligations to their stakeholders in how they communicate. They must provide the markets and stakeholders with access to current information that may affect the assessed value of the company.
Investor relations (IR) is about meeting these obligations and securing the company’s access to capital through open and trustful relationships with shareholders, analysts, the media and other important stakeholders.
Relevant, timely, and clear communication is the key to this process.
You can communicate through any number of channels: announcements to the market on the company’s website, shareholder magazines, web-based newsletters, public relations, capital market days and road shows.
We at Grønbech have many years of experience choosing the communication channels and tools best suited to the specific listed company, ensuring that news is timely, credible and easily understood.
Moreover, we have experience in planning and conducting general assemblies, publishing semi-annual and annual reports, as well as organising telephone and video conferences and live streaming on the Internet.