CEB Investor Relations
Leadership Council

We help members improve their interactions with, and messaging to, investors—which has been made increasingly difficult because of shifting investor expectations, the expansion of activist behavior, and tight IR budgets. Processes and activities we support include: setting IR goals, measuring investor perceptions, setting a new targeting strategy, planning investor events and communications, and preparing for activist investors.

Our Research Focus

Equipping our members with strategic guidance and tactical tools on the topics most important for their function is at the heart of what we do. We don't just point to where you need to go: we provide you with a roadmap and a suite of implementation tools to get you and your team there. Key topics include:

IR Function & Strategy

Investor Messaging

Investor & Analyst Events

Investor Targeting

Investor Perception

Investor Activism

 

Preparing for Investor Activism

Investor activism not just another “to-do” for IROs, it's a force that’s changing the nature of Investor Relations going forward. Preparedness is an urgent issue.

The Finance Function of the Future

CFOs must respond to immediate pressures like cost cutting, managing regulators, and finding revenue growth, but also build the function’s strategic capabilities.

IRO Action Items for Managing ESG/Sustainability

Leading Heads of IR focus on striking the right balance between company health and social stewardship while ensuring that messaging in reports, presentations, and communications reflects this balance.

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Membership Features

Research and Insight: Unique research and tools to help business leaders evaluate new issues and challenges

Proven Best Practices: Tested approaches to solving business challenges from our network of leading companies

Advisory Support: Personalized expert guidance and project support for pending decisions, new tactics, internal presentations, and other needs

Decision and Diagnostic Tools: Customized, actionable views of the most important performance metrics in your function

Peer Benchmarks: Relevant, quantitative data and analysis to help allocate resources and target areas with the highest impact

Executive Networking: On-request advice, feedback, and perspective from peer interaction with hundreds of leading executives

Live and Online Learning Events: A wide variety of events exclusively for senior executives, as well as staff training and skill development opportunities

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From Our Blogs

5 Surprising Strategies of the Best Performing US Firms
The one thing that sets the standout performers of the past 20 years apart from the rest is that they have consistently made better investment decisions than their peers. Five tactics contribute to this. Tue Nov 08 03:00:45 EST 2016
Financial Planning & Analysis: Learn from ‘Unicorns’ to Challenge the Status Quo
Start-up firms valued at more than $1 billion are known as "unicorns" and, while they certainly have lessons for small firms, management teams at large companies can learn from them too. Mon Oct 10 03:00:01 EDT 2016
Corporate Finance: The Maturing Maturity Assessment
Capability maturity models have been around since the late 1980s and, although they are useful, corporate functions need something more to help them work out where best to spend their limited time and money. Wed Oct 05 03:00:20 EDT 2016

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