Creating the Story. Packaging the Story. Strategic Credibility. Clarifying and Mitigating Risk. Company Reputation. Matching the Company to the Story. Duration of the Story. Coordination with Public Relations.
Chapter 4 Event Management. Conference Call. Road Show. Non—Deal Road Show. Annual Meeting. Plant Tour. Annual Analyst Meeting. Analyst and Industry Conferences. Podcast Dissemination. Video Dissemination. Blog Dissemination.
Event Disclosure Issues. Practicing for Events. Chapter 5 Public Communications. Constructing a Press Release. Dealing with the Media. Dealing with Electronic Message Boards. Investor Relations Advertising. Chapter 6 Publications. Fact Sheet. Annual Report. Product Pipeline Report. Company—Paid Research Reports.
Independent Research Reports. Welcome Kit.
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Other Publications. Information Tracking Systems for Publications. Legal Liability. Chapter 7 Investor Relations Web Site. Basic Investor Relations Web Site. Intermediate Investor Relations Web Site. Advanced Investor Relations Web Site. Web Site Layout. Hyperlink Liability. Sample Web Sites. Chapter 8 Management Discussion and Analysis Section.
SEC Guidance. A Case for Full Disclosure. Chapter 9 Disclosure. Form 8—K. Regulation FD. Disclosure Policy. Disclosure Procedure. Ensuring Compliance with Disclosure Rules. Disclosure During an Initial Public Offering. Chapter 10 Forward—Looking Statements. Basis for Class Action Lawsuits. Private Securities Litigation Reform Act. Forward—Looking Statements.
Legal Liability for Past Statements. Chapter 11 Providing Guidance.see
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Whether to Provide Guidance. Form of Guidance Issued. Frequency and Timing of Guidance. Aggressiveness of Guidance. Guidance Policy. Chapter 12 Dealing with the Sell Side. Finding the Right Analyst. Dealing with Analysts. Negative Analyst Report. Dealing with Brokers.
Pump and Dump. Dealing with Investment Bankers. Dealing with Sell—Side Specialists. Chapter 13 Dealing with the Buy Side. Types of Investors. Dealing with Institutional Investors. Travel Requirements for Meetings with Institutional Investors. Dealing with Individual Investors. Dealing with Investment Clubs. Dealing with Foreign Investors. Investor Presentation. Managing a Private Investment in Public Equity. The Bribery Act became the law of the land in July It abolished all existing U. Under it companies found noncompliant will be open to billions in penalties and remediation costs, and managers will be open to prosecution if anyone associated with their company commits an offence covered by the act.
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