New Feature Update: Your IR Calendar Analytics

Summary: Investor Relations teams now have the ability to visualise their investor outreach activities graphically by event type, city and broker.

Uses: Roadshow planning. Management reporting. Broker relationship mapping.

Available for: Investor Relations teams with a standard Closir subscription.

How does it work? : The IR Calendar Analytics feature generates the charts automatically from the data on your Closir IR Calendar. Once your IR calendar is updated, simply click on the ‘Overview’ tab on top right of the screen and you will be taken to IR Calendar Analytics section.

Visibility: Only company (IR) Closir account holders can see analytics for their company. The analytics screens are not visible to any other companies or investors.

User quotes: It’s very important for me to keep track of which brokers I assign roadshow days and conferences to. I try to make sure that every broker that covers my stock gets at least one roadshow/ conference and this allows me to quickly understand this.”

“We print this out after our quarterly earnings roadshows and add it to our management newsletter. We used Excel for this before”

Closir team comment: This is a simple tool we built that helps you visualise your IR investor engagement activities. Going forward we would like our systems to be giving you a lot more, for example suggestions which cities you should be visiting (that you are not already), how much time you should be spending in key regions… all based on real investor interest data maps.


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