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IR Magazine Webinar – Rise of passive investing

The rise of passive investing has been one of the defining themes of asset management over the past decade. While this significant shift from active to passive investment has sparked wide-ranging research and commentary about its effects on the wider economy, it is time to assess how IR teams globally can have any impact on the decision-making process of a passive investor.
We will explore how these index-based investors make decisions, how they perceive a company’s equity story and how an IR team can stand out in an increasingly data-driven world.
We will explore the need for greater disclosure around corporate governance policy, board structure and sustainability policy in order to be included in indexes.
• Understanding passive investment behavior: The decision-making process and impact on your stock
• Importance of ESG: Engaging passive funds through governance channels to drive shareholder value and prevent activist situations
• Resource check: Evaluating return on time invested in proactively targeting passive investors. How does this change how you work with active fund managers?
• Stock up your toolkit: What skill-set should you be looking to add to your team to get proactive with passive?
• Understanding the original thesis behind an index and understanding why your stock is, or isn’t, included in it

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    Corporate Secretary, IR Magazine & Broadridge
    The circumstances around Covid-19 this year prompted a faster adoption of virtual shareholder meetings (VSMs) than even the most optimistic VSM provider could have wished for. If you’re reading this, you probably hosted or participated in a VSM this year – and it may have been your first time. According to data from Broadridge, it will have hosted about 2,000 online gatherings by the end of this year, up from 326 events in 2019.

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  • Webinar – Making entity management and M&A a success amid Covid-19 Nov 30 2020 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Corporate Secretary & Diligent
    The Covid-19 pandemic initially led many boards to pause their pursuit of M&A activity amid economic uncertainty and the need to focus on keeping their own companies afloat. But that activity has been returning in recent months. CNN recently cited data from Refinitiv showing that 37 deals worth $5 billion or more, totaling $496 billion, were announced between July and September, making it the busiest third quarter since records began in the 1970s.

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    • How have laws and regulations changed globally as a result of the pandemic that teams need to be aware of while conducting M&A?

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  • Webinar – ESG and activism: How should companies prepare for engagement? Recorded: Nov 24 2020 57 mins
    IR Magazine & SDL
    Companies are under increasing risk of activism over ESG issues. While governance has always been a key focus for investors, environmental issues have rapidly climbed the agenda in recent years, especially those related to climate change. More recently, the Covid-19 pandemic has thrust attention on previously overlooked social issues, such as employee safety and welfare.

    In this webinar, we will explore how institutional investors consider ESG factors in their engagement and proxy voting, with a particular focus on the continental European market. We will also hear from companies about how they manage investor engagement over ESG issues and what methods they are using to track and report progress in this area.

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    • Case studies of successful engagement over ESG issues
    • How to use sustainable reporting frameworks to demonstrate progress against goals.

    IR Magazine has partnered with SDL to deliver you this webinar. IR Magazine and SDL will process your personal data for purposes connected with your attendance at the webinar and may send you marketing communications and information that may be of interest to you, as permitted under applicable law. You may choose to unsubscribe at any time by email with ‘unsubscribe’ in the subject line or by clicking on the “unsubscribe” link in any email from us or SDL. Your data will be processed in accordance with IR Magazine’s privacy policy: www.irmagazine.com/privacy and SDL‘s privacy policy: https://www.sdl.com/legal/privacy/.
  • Webinar – Your guide to TCFD reporting best practices Recorded: Nov 23 2020 61 mins
    IR Magazine & TCFD
    Since its launch in 2017, the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) has been supported by more than 1,500 organizations around the world. TCFD has developed recommendations for voluntary climate-related financial disclosures that are reliable, clear and efficient, and provide decision-useful information to lenders, insurers and investors.

    In this webinar, you will hear from experts on the TCFD team on the newly released 2020 Status Report and how issuers are using its recommendations. You will also hear directly from an issuer that has applied the TCFD recommendations framework and will discuss its compatibility with other ESG reporting frameworks.

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  • Webinar – Making transparency a success in troubled times Recorded: Nov 19 2020 52 mins
    Corporate Secretary, IR Magazine & Labrador
    The importance of corporate transparency and efforts to promote it have grown beyond mere tick-the-box exercises to become major initiatives incorporating investor relations (IR) teams, their governance colleagues and outside parties.

    During a period such as this, with a major pandemic and major economic distress, transparency is an essential means of ensuring investors feel reassured that they know what’s happening at a company, where it is going – and also what the company may not know yet. The proxy statement, Form 10K, the corporate code of conduct and IR website are all key tools for sharing the company’s message and helping maintain successful relationships with shareholders.

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  • Webinar – Learn from the best: Award-winning investor relations Recorded: Nov 17 2020 63 mins
    IR Magazine & Q4
    What sets a great IR program apart from a good one? In this webinar, we will talk to winners from the recent IR Magazine Awards in the US, Canada and Europe to hear the secrets of their success. We will discuss how their IR programs functioned before Covid-19 and how they’ve changed since, and dig deep into the specific categories these winners were successful in.

    Further details to follow shortly.

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  • Webinar – The corporate secretary in 2021 Recorded: Nov 12 2020 49 mins
    Corporate Secretary & OnBoard Board Management
    The role of corporate secretary has been evolving in recent years as shareholder engagement has become a greater focus and boards have taken on oversight of new ESG-related issues.

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    In this webinar, our panel of experts will provide insight into the changing role of the corporate secretary in handling both traditional and recent responsibilities as we look to a new year.

    Topics for discussion will include:
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    • What are the most effective uses and limits of technology in managing board assessments and evaluating board composition?
    • The US Department of Justice is pressing for companies’ compliance programs to be more data-driven. How does this affect corporate secretaries’ work with compliance and how they brief the board?

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  • Webinar – Getting entity management in shape for 2021 Recorded: Nov 5 2020 54 mins
    Corporate Secretary & Computershare
    Companies have faced unprecedented challenges during 2020 in ensuring their networks of entities in the US and around the world stay in line with all local laws and regulations, even as employees have been working remotely.

    As we come toward the end of an extraordinary year, governance and compliance teams that have been battling to keep up with events face an evolving set of issues that will keep them on their toes in 2021. In this webinar, our panel of experts will look at the challenges ahead and offer advice on how teams can make sure they are best positioned to respond.

    Potential topics for discussion include:
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    •What are best practices for entity management around M&A transactions?
    •How can teams best approach entity consolidation?
    •In an environment of tight budgets, how can teams manage vendor consolidation?
    •What regulatory issues should teams be aware of going into 2021, and how might events such as Brexit and the US elections affect compliance work?
    •What does entity management look like amid an emergence from the pandemic?

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  • Webinar – Meet the hedge fund: A fireside chat with Point72’s co-CIO Recorded: Oct 28 2020 63 mins
    IR Magazine & Point72
    Hedge funds can play a crucial role in providing liquidity to stocks and value insight to management teams during meetings. In this unique webinar, you’ll have the chance to hear from Harry Schwefel, co-CIO at Point72, about the firm’s fundamental research methodology, the importance of IR and the reasons why meeting with your management team is crucial to Point72’s investment process.

    Schwefel will also discuss market structure and the perennial issue of trying to understand what drives price movement – from electronic and high-frequency trading to index and ETF investing and high-touch active investing. Join IR Magazine and Point72 for this unique opportunity to learn about how Point72 works and hear some of the IR best practices Schwefel has experienced.

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  • Webinar – Protecting against Covid-19-related legal and compliance risks Recorded: Oct 21 2020 52 mins
    Corporate Secretary, IR Magazine & Computershare
    The Covid-19 panic doesn’t just present a danger to people’s health. It also poses an array of potential legal and compliance risks for companies. These can arise from having employees working remotely and then returning to the workplace, interactions with customers, employees’ families and other stakeholders, the attentions of activist investors and navigating a generally chaotic business environment.

    In-house legal and compliance teams are having to make sure their companies avoid possible pitfalls, in many cases with limited or even reduced resources. Our panel of experts will explore the risks companies face and offer insight on how these can be addressed.

    Questions for discussion will include:
    •What legal liabilities and compliance risks do companies face as a result of employees working from home?
    •How can teams mitigate these dangers and ensure a culture of compliance exists?
    •What are the best uses of technology and other practices to assist legal and compliance teams while working remotely?
    •How can teams meet the US Department of Justice’s pressure for compliance programs to be more data-driven at a time of limited resources and remote working?

    Corporate Secretary and IR Magazine have partnered with Computershare to deliver you this webinar. Corporate Secretary, IR Magazine and Computershare will process your personal data for purposes connected with your attendance at the webinar and may send you marketing communications and information that may be of interest to you, as permitted under applicable law. You may choose to unsubscribe at any time by email with ‘unsubscribe’ in the subject line or by clicking on the 'unsubscribe' link in any email from us or Computershare. Your data will be processed in accordance with our privacy policy: www.corporatesecretary.com/content/privacy-policy and Computershare’s privacy policy: www.computershare.com/privacy-policy
  • Webinar – Maintaining best-in-class IR during market uncertainty Recorded: Oct 14 2020 57 mins
    IR Magazine & Q4
    Best-in-class IR teams maintain consistent and clear communication, even in times of uncertainty. This year, uncertainty is the norm and that will likely continue to be the case – whether that’s due to the SEC’s proposed changes to 13F thresholds, questions about how the market will respond to the US elections, concerns of a second wave of Covid-19 or questions about employee security during the pandemic.

    In this webinar, we’ll outline what best-in-class investor relations looks like and learn how companies are continuing to communicate in spite of the uncertainty. We’ll also look at how the SEC’s proposed 13F rule change will affect IR’s ability to communicate effectively with investors and explore how the issuer community is responding to the proposed rule change.

    We will discuss:

    •Tips to get the best out of virtual shareholder engagement
    •How the SEC’s proposed change to 13F thresholds could affect IR teams and what you can do about it
    •How companies’ messaging around the longevity of Covid-19 is continuing to evolve.

    Speakers to be announced

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  • Webinar – Proxy season 2020 and corporate governance Recorded: Sep 30 2020 48 mins
    Corporate Secretary, IR Magazine & Computershare Georgeson
    The 2020 proxy season was unlike any previous year’s as governance teams carried out shareholder engagement via Zoom, helped their company switch to new formats for their AGM and prepared their board to respond to new questions at those virtual meetings. With many key issues still in flux, it is important to appraise how the season played put, see what lessons can be learned – and find out what to expect in the upcoming 2021 season.

    Our panel of experts will discuss important findings in the recently released 2020 Annual Corporate Governance Review from Georgeson and Proxy Insight. Speakers will also look ahead to issues likely to be areas of focus for corporate secretaries and their colleagues in the coming year.

    Topics for discussion include:
    •What were the important trends in voting at AGMs this year and did the pandemic and virtual AGM format have an effect?
    •What does the increasing number of E&S proposals approved this year teach us?
    •Which governance issues are of most concern to investors right now?
    •How was shareholder engagement affected by the pandemic and what lessons can governance teams learn from the experience?

    Corporate Secretary and IR Magazine have partnered with Computershare to deliver you this webinar. Corporate Secretary, IR Magazine and Computershare will process your personal data for purposes connected with your attendance at the webinar and may send you marketing communications and information that may be of interest to you, as permitted under applicable law. You may choose to unsubscribe at any time by email with ‘unsubscribe’ in the subject line or by clicking on the 'unsubscribe' link in any email from us or Computershare. Your data will be processed in accordance with our privacy policy: www.corporatesecretary.com/content/privacy-policy and Computershare’s privacy policy: www.computershare.com/privacy-policy
  • Webinar – Earnings call prep during the Covid-19 era Recorded: Sep 24 2020 54 mins
    IR Magazine & Sentieo
    Covid-19 changed the way businesses operate overnight. In the six months since the initial stay-at-home orders, these businesses have evolved into a new normal. With this comes new ways of doing business – and while earnings calls may look very much the same, the preparation and execution has changed. In this roundtable discussion our panel of IR practitioners and technology experts will discuss these changes and look at best practices for earnings in the post-Covid-19 era.

    In this webinar you’ll learn:

    •How to use competitor and peer messaging to your advantage
    •How to manage information overload and improve workflows to produce the best narratives possible
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    Speakers include:

    •Annie Eissler, Head of product marketing, Sentieo
    •Nicole Briguet, Account supervisor, financial communications & capital markets, Edelman

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  • Webinar – How leading companies are attracting new investors Recorded: Sep 10 2020 61 mins
    IR Magazine & Q4
    With the Q2 earnings cycle behind you, it’s time to turn your attention to investor targeting. While many issuers were cautious about too much investor targeting during the summer months, the momentum is picking up once again with the announcement of virtual roadshows, conferences and investor days.

    Many IROs are taking the opportunity to introduce a deeper bench of management to their investors, and to take proactive steps toward targeting investors in parts of the world they may not have the time or resources to regularly travel to. In this webinar you will hear from leading IROs and advisers about how they’re taking a fresh approach to their targeting efforts for the rest of the year. Discussion topics will include:

    •Unique and creative approaches for targeting new investors
    •Telling an evolving and appealing story to investors
    •Balancing the need for guidance with managing expectations through other means
    •Preparing new executives to present and interact with target investors
    •Top tools IROs are using to identify new target investors

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  • Webinar – In-house legal teams: Preparing for a successful end to 2020 Recorded: Sep 2 2020 56 mins
    Corporate Secretary and CT Corporation
    Wednesday, September 2, 2020
    8.00 am PDT / 11.00 am EDT / 4.00 pm BST / 5.00 pm CET
    Duration: 45 minutes

    In the first half of 2020, companies struggled to deal with unprecedented turmoil and challenges not only in keeping their business afloat but also in meeting governance and compliance demands. In-house legal teams have been forced to think creatively to meet their goals while facing internal and external disruptions and a tough commercial climate.

    In this webinar, our panel of experts will discuss what in-house legal teams should be focusing on over the next few months and how they can make sure the second half of the year is a success.

    Topics for discussion include:
    •How can general counsel restructure and focus their team’s work to be effective amid limited or reduced resources?
    •What are best practices for assessing and – where necessary or beneficial – rationalizing global corporate subsidiaries?
    •How can legal teams ensure the company stays in compliance internationally given travel restrictions?
    •What are the key areas where the in-house team can be supporting and working with the board over the next few months on strategic and governance issues?
    •What issues should legal teams be considering and planning for as 2021 approaches?

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  • Webinar – Redefining IR best practices during ongoing uncertainty Recorded: Aug 20 2020 61 mins
    IR Magazine & Q4
    Six months ago, the reality of the Covid-19 pandemic was beginning to dawn on us all, as the number of cases rose and countries began to enter lockdown. Since then, nearly half of IR teams have either had their budget cut or expect it to be cut this year, according to IR Magazine research. Some companies have watched their stock price plummet and then bounce back again, while others have not been so fortunate. The last few months have been challenging for IROs and, as the uncertainty continues, IR programs need to evolve and adapt to be successful in this environment.

    In this webinar we will look at how the nature of IR has changed and discuss best practices for how companies can navigate this new terrain – from investor targeting and use of management time for virtual investor meetings to budgeting and earnings prep.

    Join our panel of leading IR professionals and advisers who will discuss:

    •What has and hasn’t worked from an IR perspective over the last six months
    •Targeting best practices in a virtual environment
    •Using management time efficiently
    •Taking a fresh look at your IR website
    •Doing more with less: How to be efficient with a smaller budget

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  • Webinar – How boards are working during Covid-19 and what comes next Recorded: Jul 22 2020 52 mins
    Corporate Secretary & Nasdaq
    Wednesday, July 22, 2020
    8.00 am PDT / 11.00 am EDT / 4.00 pm BST / 5.00 pm CET
    Duration: 45 minutes

    Corporate secretaries and general counsel, like everyone else, have been coping with unprecedented upheaval in how they fulfill their duties as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. Engaging with shareholders, preparing ESG reports and focusing on human-capital management issues have all presented new challenges.

    Boards of directors have also needed to find new ways to meet their responsibilities. As health and safety considerations have forced hundreds of companies to switch to virtual AGMs, so too have boards been gathering online. The demands of the pandemic and associated risk oversight, as well as the nature of virtual meetings, have led to more frequent but shorter and more targeted discussions.

    Our panel of experts will look at how boards have changed the way they work, what that means for governance teams and how board operations may look in the ‘new normal’.

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  • IR Magazine Webinar – The power of data for your IR Recorded: Jul 15 2020 58 mins
    IR Magazine and Q4
    When transforming your IR program to one that leverages the power of data, it can be a challenge to consolidate, analyze and use the vast amount of information generated by your program to make better-informed decisions. With the right strategy, it is possible to aggregate insights into the behavior of investors across your IR program to tell a complete story.

    Learn from industry experts about the impact of connecting analytics, market intelligence and artificial intelligence to identify activism, benchmark performance against peers and better assess your shareholder base.

    In this webinar, we will cover:
    •Reading the story told across your IR website, events and market intelligence
    •Measuring data and analytics to refine your communications strategy
    •Prioritizing the right investor for targeting with deeper, data-driven insights
    •Building an IR workflow that can aggregate insights across your IR program
    •Understanding investor motivations and predicting their next steps
    •Leveraging artificial intelligence and surveillance to make sense of data

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  • Webinar – Proxy season 2020: Governance lessons learned and what they mean Recorded: Jul 14 2020 52 mins
    Corporate Secretary and EQ
    Tuesday, July 14, 2020
    8.00 am PDT / 11.00 am EDT / 4.00 pm BST / 5.00 pm CET
    Duration: 45 minutes

    Proxy season 2020 has taken place amid unprecedented turmoil. In the face of the Covid-19 pandemic and accompanying economic and social challenges, companies have been battling to stay operational and afloat while boards and governance teams seek new ways to meet investors’ needs for information and engagement.

    Among other things, many companies have switched to holding virtual AGMs. Despite early predictions that the crisis would distract investors from ESG-related issues, the opposite has become apparent, with a series of significant shareholder votes at those AGMs. Meanwhile, companies and investors have been navigating a new regulatory roadmap for getting such proposals on the proxy ballot.

    Our panel of experts will explore these and other developments to highlight key lessons for general counsel, corporate secretaries and governance professionals from the 2020 proxy season and how they can be applied in the future.

    Corporate Secretary has partnered with EQ to deliver you this webinar. Corporate Secretary and EQ will process your personal data for purposes connected with your attendance at the webinar and may send you marketing communications and information that may be of interest to you, as permitted under applicable law. You may choose to unsubscribe at any time by email with ‘unsubscribe’ in the subject line or by clicking on the 'unsubscribe' link in any email from us or EQ. Your data will be processed in accordance with Corporate Secretary's privacy policy: www.corporatesecretary.com/content/privacy-policy and EQ’s privacy policy: www.equiniti.com/privacy-policy/
  • Webinar – Shareholder activism after Covid-19 Recorded: Jun 24 2020 53 mins
    Corporate Secretary, IR Magazine and Computershare
    Public company leaders and boards have in recent months been focused on managing Covid-19-related issues. But now is also the time to think about and prepare for potential proxy fights, hostile or unsolicited takeover efforts and activist demands so you won’t be caught off guard in the aftermath of the pandemic.

    Many activist investors seem to have scaled back their activities or refrained from targeting companies during the Covid-19 crisis. However, companies should expect to see an increase in activism and M&A activity in the coming months and activists may focus on how companies performed during the crisis and the impact that the pandemic has had on employees.

    Our panel of experts will discuss how general counsel, corporate secretaries and IROs can best prepare for the latest and coming developments in activism, answering questions such as:

    • What trends are expected in post-pandemic activism and M&A?
    • What might make a company vulnerable and how can the board avoid this?
    • How can the board respond to an activist with Covid-19-related concerns?
    • What are the challenges of and best practices for investor engagement post-pandemic?

    IR Magazine and Corporate Secretary have partnered with Computershare to deliver you this webinar. IR Magazine, Corporate Secretary and Computershare will process your personal data for purposes connected with your attendance at the webinar and may send you marketing communications and information that may be of interest to you, as permitted under applicable law. You may choose to unsubscribe at any time by email with ‘unsubscribe’ in the subject line or by clicking on the “unsubscribe” link in any email from us or Computershare. Your data will be processed in accordance with IR Magazine and Corporate Secretary's privacy policy: www.irmagazine.com/privacy and Computershare’s privacy policy: www.computershare.com/privacy-policy
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Corporate Secretary is a digital and print platform, providing a forum where governance experts and service providers can share their experience, insights and best practice recommendations on a wide range of critical issues, from corruption, internal investigations, e-discovery and records management to succession planning, executive compensation, proxy actions and shareholder engagement. Corporate Secretary is independently owned and today continues to serve a vital role in highlighting the achievements and expertise of a group of people who work outside the spotlight and are often isolated as the only individuals in their organizations focusing on these complex matters.

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