IRO as CIO (Chief Intelligence Officer) – The Essential Link Between the Street and Senior Management

Tuesday, June 4, 2019 | 4:25PM - 5:25PM | Room: Grand Sonoran G  |   Business Insights & Capital Markets

 |  Lee M. Ahlstrom, IRC | David Dragics | Kate Scolnick | Kevin Kessel |

Recognize and take advantage of your expanded role as a provider of valuable business insights, capital market intelligence and competitive information. Investor Relations’ increasing role as “Intelligence Officer” is key to a company’s strategic planning and business decision-making processes. With the many data sources available, IR becomes the information filter, translator and summarizer for the C-Suite. This unique ability to apply company context to market and competitor data, is the difference between information and intelligence. In this session, attendees will hear from a panel of leading IROs in various industries and receive specific examples of competitive intelligence sources, best practices for sharing valuable information and insights into how you can position IR as an essential resource for your company’s decision makers. 

Learning Objectives:
  • Learn how to identify and prioritize organizational intelligence gaps
  • Discover techniques for applying company context to market data
  • Learn best practices for creating and implementing systems for competitive intelligence
  • Hear examples of formats used for reporting to senior management and the board