Again this year, we had a strong conference programme, full of interesting and insightful talks from some of the most important participants in the IR industry today.
This one-day Investor Relations event offered excellent opportunities to learn, keep up to date and network with peers. The 2019 conference themes built on the latest IR tactics and strategic topics, best practice together with the current and future trends impacting your Investor Relations work.
How to handle different aspects of reporting internally and externally. How do you bridge the different stakeholder needs in a resource optimizing way. What priorities do top management have in relation to investors and board information requirements.
- Claus V. Hemmingsen, Chair of Board
- Søren Brøndholdt, Head of IR
- Sophie Ebeltoft, Head of CSR
ESG reporting made operational
What are investors looking for and how to standardize the information flow. The ESG requirements are many – how to organize and go beyond standards.
- Anders Schelde, Chief Investment Officer, MP Pension
- Hortense Bioy, Director of Passive Strategies & Sustainable Research, Morningstar
- Cora Olsen, Global Lead Sustainable Business Reporting, Novo Nordisk
- Carina Ohm, Nordic Head of Climate Change and Sustainability Services, EY
|ESG Data in Investment Decisions||Stories From The Small Cap Frontline: Dealing With The Post-Mifid World|
|An interactive discussion on:|
– Growing demand for ESG transparency & insights.
– Market dynamics & investor trends.
– Niels Fibæk-Jensen, Co-Founder and CEO, Matter Aps
– Sylvester Andersen, AVP, Nasdaq
– Patrick Hughes, Advisory Director, Nasdaq
|Mark Robinson, Head of EMEA Issuer Services at RD:IR, will be discussing the challenges and solutions for the small cap community in dealing with corporate access and investor interactions in the post-mifid world. A shrinking sell-side, and concierge fees for corporate access have put significant challenges in the way for small cap issuers. He will also be discussing how to address the increasingly important ESG topic, ensuring that the company’s story is clear for investors to understand.|
– Mark Robinson, Head of EMEA Issuer Services at RD:IR
Short selling: A profanity or active ownership
Your company is highlighted as being shorted. What is the short seller intention, methods and modus operandi. How does it impact the IR team and management in their investor and media activities.
- Flemming Ole Nielsen, Executive Vice President Investor Relations and Corporate Communication, DSV A/S
- Martin Kjær Hansen, Head of Investor Relations, ISS A/S
- Claus Wiinblad, Vicedirektør f. Danske Aktier, ATP
- Lars Topholm, Head of Research, Carnegie Investment Bank
Danske Bank – The unexpected happens and brand value is suddenly at risk
How to maneuver a crisis that was not prepared for. How was coordination developed. The key learnings and needed tools in a contingency plan.
- Kim Larsen, Head of Communications, Danske Bank
- Claus I. Jensen, Head of Investor Relations, Danske Bank
IR – Backgrounds and opportunities
The road ahead: IR as a career – ways in and out. What are the headhunters looking for. Which profiles are in demand and where.
- Pernille Friis Andersen, CFO Region Europe et al / CIS at FLSmidth
- Tobias Petri, partner at Executive Search, SpencerStuart
- Anders Enevoldsen, Head of Investor Relations & Corporate Communications, Boozt
- Rachel Curtis Gravesen, owner at Curtis Consult
- Gary Davies, Chief Executive Officer, The Investor Relations Society
Thank you to everyone contributing to making this conference a success. A special thank you is due to all our sponsors, partners and speakers, without whom we would not be able to put such an event together year on year.
On behalf of the board, the DIRFdag committee and the secretariat we look forward to welcoming you on 24 September at EY – Ernst & Young.
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• Price for none-members – 1,500 DKK per person
• No-show fee for all – 1,000 DKK per person