Surveillance

The Modern IRO: How today’s IRO uses stock surveillance [video playlist]

We know it can be tough to be an IRO today, as the role has become more complex and IROs are expected to wear many hats. In response to …

Lorena Reyes
Lorena Reyes

Why Does an Activist Target a Stock?

Large activists generally target specific companies for one reason: economic opportunity. They think that through their involvement with a company, they’ll be able to generate outsized returns on …

Cory Todd
Cory Todd

How small-cap companies use stock surveillance: Understand short-selling, manage volatility, and more

For a small-cap company, especially one with thinly traded shares, a top investor suddenly exiting a position can have a devastating effect. IROs who use stock surveillance are …

Adam Frederick
Adam Frederick

IR Magazine Webinar: How to use surveillance to navigate earnings, targeting, and international outreach

“Picture yourself walking into a dark room that contains your entire shareholder base. Surveillance is the light switch on the wall of that dark room.” — Matt Danziger, …

Tiffany Regaudie
Tiffany Regaudie

Surveillance Solutions: Taking a proactive stance pre- and post-earnings

If you’re an IRO in the run up to an earnings release, you’re probably stressed. You’re trying to understand possible reactions from investors within your shareholder base. You’re …

Tiffany Regaudie
Tiffany Regaudie

Webinar Recap: Is Stock Surveillance Worth It? by IR Magazine and Q4

“Data might be available, but putting it to use is the big challenge. Surveillance helps make sense of the data.” — Joe Pollaro, general manager, US and head …

Tiffany Regaudie
Tiffany Regaudie

Surveillance Solutions: Improve Board Reporting with Stock Surveillance

The demand for real-time capital markets intelligence is increasing. Corporate boards are demanding visibility on capital market issues more often and more quickly than ever before — they …

Tiffany Regaudie
Tiffany Regaudie

Q&A: T-Mobile’s Paellmann Rings the Reasons Stock Surveillance Helps IR

For a company like T-Mobile US, stock surveillance is a way of life, a service that has helped IR for the more than three years since the company …

Lorena Reyes
Lorena Reyes

How Today’s IRO is Leveraging Technology to Better Understand Market Dynamics & Stock Performance

Ask any IRO which question senior management asks them most often, and they’ll likely say: “What’s going on with the stock today?” In years past, IROs had numerous …

Adam Frederick
Adam Frederick

Top 5 Ways IROs are Using Stock Surveillance to Drive Better Targeting

Investor targeting and shareholder outreach are at the heart of an IRO’s mandate, and a critical measure of an IR program’s success. The quality of investor one-on-one meetings …

Adam Frederick
Adam Frederick