IR Nordic Markets is the largest Nordic survey focussing on investor relations in listed companies. The study 2022 will be open from August-November to analysts and investors assessing listed firms.
In 2021, 101 Nordic listed companies were evaluated by an internet based survey and telephone interviews. In total we collected more than 700 answers from Sell-side analysts and investors predominantly based in the Nordics, UK and US. The survey includes 18 criteria, from evaluation of IR reporting, ESG-focus to the perception of top management’s communication skills and competence. The results and the ranking are published on December 16th.
The IR Nordic Markets report provides a complete IR evaluation with benchmarking, open commentary, development over time, most important to improve and attitude to investment.
In the short term, working with Regi’s reports will enable you to prioritize and focus on the right IR activities and thereby improve your communication with the market. In the long term, this will contribute to a more correct evaluation of the stock price which would be beneficial for your company and shareholders.
The IR Nordic Markets Study is an indispensable tool for quality control and development, and many companies purchase an annual report including valuable feedback collected from analysts and investors. We provide vital insights that facilitates quality assurance and continuous improvement.
Moreover; Regi is a solid partner when it comes to crucial research, for instance:
– before and after Quarterly Reports
– before and after Capital Market Days
– if a crisis or special situation demands qualitative information fast
– for special needs such as evaluating brand equity, perception and more
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us if you have any questions!
GDPR and Integrity Policy
Regi Research & Strategi AB (“Regi,”) is committed to protecting your information. As part of our on-going commitment to offering qualitative services we’ve compiled important updates to our Integrity Policy. These updates reflect changes in law, including the new data protection regulation (known as the GDPR) that takes effect in Europe from the 25th May.