August 23-25, 2017 JW Marriott, Austin, Texas www.niriswrc.org NIRI Member: $450 Non-Member: $550 Hotel NIRI SWRC Group Rate: $209 per night (plus tax) RESERVE your hotel room and REGISTER for the conference today: www.niriswrc.org Conference Program - The Rubik’s Cube® of IR This
To our NIRI Rocky Mountain Members: In the coming days, members of the Rocky Mountain Chapter will be receiving an email with a link to vote your proxy for this year's 2016-17 NIRI Rocky Mountain chapter board of directors. The full slate of individuals up for election this year is posted
The Rocky Mountain Chapter of NIRI is proud to support candidates for the first-ever IR certification, the Investor Relations Charter (IRC). In preparation for the March 2016 exam window, we will be hosting weekly, informal study groups in the DTC (Thursdays) and Downtown (Fridays) starting in
The Rocky Mountain Chapter of the National Investor Relations Institute (NIRI) today announced its chapter officers and directors for the 2014-2015 program year. Newly-elected chapter president, David Banks, said, “It is my pleasure to welcome both new and returning members to our board and to
The Rocky Mountain Chapter of the National Investor Relations Institute (NIRI) today announced its chapter’s officers and directors for the 2013-2014 program year. "We are pleased to welcome both new and returning members to our board to support a compelling lineup of educational and social
Good news does travel fast, but bad news now travels instantly- or as fast as Twitter carries it! Social networks, blogs and other digital outlets have increased the speed that bad news can travel - and now everyone can get in on the conversation. What can any of us- individuals, organizations
Helping IROs understand short-term market structure to maintain long-term peace of mind. Mar 14: Body Language of Stocks Comment on this story at the Market Structure Map blog: http://www.modernir.com/msm We are writing an algorithm that will identify when the performance of your shares is “sexy.”
With a seemingly never ending rapid change in many areas of investor relations, what does the future hold for IR and IROs? As the SEC seemingly exhausts its resources working to fulfill Dodd-Frank requirements, where has SEC Chairman Mary Schapiro set the focus for 2012?