The Investor Relations discipline is becoming increasingly important to organisations because it makes a critical contribution to proper training concerning expectations of the company's stock market value.
In a constantly changing stock market, companies must address dynamic situations of change in which they will have to adapt their communication strategy to the demands of their investors or stakeholders. New regulations, new concepts and new tools are constant factors with an impact on Investor Relations, and this heightens the need for corporate transparency and properly qualified staff.
Professional employees at companies that are undertaking the IPO process or have already arranged the listing: Investor Relations Departments, CEOs, Finance Departments, Management Control, Strategy, Communication, Legal Advisory, Analysts, Institutional Investors and Managers, Directors and Economic Journalists.
This advanced course was designed to take a close look at the strategies and major aspects of the Investor Relations division at a listed company: the functions it must carry out, its resources and communication tools, minimum structure and its organisational setup, etc.
It will also conduct an analysis of other internal parties (departments of Management Control, Communication, Strategic Planning, Finance, Legal Advisory etc.) and external parties (investment analysts, sellers, traders, institutional investors and retailers, investment banks, brokers, regulators etc.).
This is a 96-hour course over 6 months, each Tuesday from 15:30 h to 19:45 h.
BME Institute is the training centre operated by Bolsas y Mercados Españoles (BME). Its courses strive to provide as much knowledge as possible of financial markets and their products. To do so it has the best possible human resources - the BME Institute teachers and BME's professional staff, in addition to experts in other areas of the financial sector and university professors.