Leading IR seminars and workshops that provide practical instruction and valuable peer-network development

Led by a faculty of well-respected investor relations officers and financial, legal, and practice
experts, NIRI programs enhance your understanding of trends, issues, and tactics for the successful execution of investor relations.

Seminars are designed to meet the needs of all involved in investor relations—from the newcomer to the most established professional.

IRC™ credential holders can earn up to 4 professional development units (PDUs) per day. IRC-credentialed volunteers and speakers may also earn PDUs. More information is available at www.niri.org/certification.

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Monday, November 18 2019 Finance and Capital Markets Finance Essentials - November 2019
Understand the essentials of finance that you'll need to communicate your company's financial story effectively, including shareholder value, accounting, corporate finance, and company valuation. Part of NIRI Midwest 2019.
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Friday, November 22 2019 Writing for IR Creating Compelling Investor Presentations - November 2019
The workshop focuses on the two key forms of communication that help achieve a premium valuation – the Non-Deal Roadshow and the Investor Day. Learn the key elements for a successful investor presentation through instructional theory and interactive small group breakouts.
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Monday, January 13 2020 Fundamentals of Investor Relations Fundamentals of Investor Relations - NIRI West 2020
The comprehensive IR seminar offers a structured overview of all aspects of investor relations, including marketing, communication, and finance. Delivered on both U.S. coasts each year, you'll participate in the leading IR education program for those new to the profession, or those considering a career change.
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Wednesday, January 15 2020 Finance and Capital Markets Finance Essentials - January 2020
Understand the essentials of finance that you'll need to communicate your company's financial story effectively, including shareholder value, accounting, corporate finance, and company valuation.
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