Q2 2020-The SEC and Investors Weigh in on Disclosure

The SEC Division of Corporate Finance issued supplemental disclosure guidance last week calling for high-quality financial reporting and urged public companies to thoroughly update their disclosures to give investors a clear picture of their financial health and their ability to survive the COVID-19 disruption. On June 30, SEC Chairman Jay Clayton and Corporate Finance Director […]

IR Magazine: Investor Engagement in a COVID-19 World

By Moira Conlon for IR Magazine: With the first-quarter earnings season behind us, many of our clients are focused on investor meetings and marketing once again. To prepare for re-engagement, we are helping clients refresh their investment stories, develop investor targeting strategies that reflect the current environment and valuations, as well as dealing with the shift to virtual investor meetings.

Practical Tips for Navigating The Q120 Earnings Season

The COVID-19 pandemic came on the heels of more than a decade of unabated economic growth. The landscape changed almost overnight and, in the face of many uncertainties, the one thing we know for sure is that the Q1 2020 earnings season will be anything but business as usual. Over the past several weeks, investors […]

Investor Communication in the Face of COVID-19

Practical steps companies can take to remain engaged with investors and analysts With financial markets in free fall amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis, companies are increasingly barraged with one-off calls from analysts and investors seeking information that can be difficult to provide within the confines of Regulation FD. At the same time, as this is […]

ROADSHOW GUIDE TO CHICAGO

We are pleased to share the link to an article on a roadshow guide for IR professionals in Chicago published in IR Magazine. Thanks to Donni Case, managing director at Financial Profiles, who is quoted extensively throughout.

COVID-19: Tips for Communicating with Investors in a Turbulent Market

COVID-19 continues to dominate headlines with considerable impact on companies, Wall Street, nations, and increasingly the global economy. According to a report by Dun & Bradstreet, as reported in Bloomberg, “94% of Fortune 1,000 companies are experiencing supply chain delays – not to mention workplace absences, lower productivity, travel cutbacks, and reduced trade and investment.” […]

Voice of the Director – Autumn 2019

Financial Profiles is proud to partner with the National Association of Corporate Director’s Pacific Southwest Chapter to produce Voice of the Director newsletter. The newsletter includes messages from chapter leadership, event summaries, new board appointments and sponsor content. Click here to view

Q3 2019 Regional and Community Bank Results: A Sigh of Relief

Wall Street approached third quarter 2019 bank earnings with a fair amount of trepidation. After all, the yield curve continued compressing during the quarter, expectations called for loan growth to moderate, and rumblings grew louder about a potential economic downturn leading to cracks in the credit environment. The impact of the Financial Accounting Standards Board’s […]

Best practices in IR for community and regional banks

We are pleased to share the link to our recent webinar on Best practices in IR for Community and regional banks and the article published in IR Magazine following the webinar. Thanks to Tony Rossi and Kevin Dobbs on our team and to our great partners: Nasdaq Advisory Services, Sandler O’Neill + Partners and Elizabeth […]