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Why Now?
In the wake of the recent economic slump IROs must ensure now, more than ever, they are equipped with the right skills, knowledge and abilities to be competitive in this changing professional environment.

Hear from NIRI and Korn/Ferry International the latest research on compensation and hiring trends
Compensation and the IRO: 2012 Data and Hiring Trends*
Tue - Jun, 5 | 10:30 am - 11:45 am
Location: 6D (Convention Center Level 6)
Category: Career Management | Secondary Category: Communications

Today's investor relations executives face increasingly complex professional challenges both internally and externally. In the wake of the recent economic slump IROs must ensure now, more than ever, they are equipped with the right skills, knowledge and abilities to be competitive in this changing professional environment. This session will review data from the 2012 NIRI-Korn/Ferry International Corporate IR Profession and Compensation Study including highlights for specific demographics such as small-caps, mid-caps and the Fortune 500 population, and recent real-world hiring trends. This interactive and collaborative session is vital for IROs at any stage in their professional career.

Moderator/Lead Speaker:
Matt Brusch, Vice President, Communications & Practice
National Investor Relations Institute

Panelist(s)/Co-Speaker(s):
Ariel Finno, Director, Research
National Investor Relations Institute

Carroll S. Leatherman, Client Partner
Korn/Ferry International
    Learning Objectives:
  • Analyze current corporate IR compensation data
  • Understand the characteristics that make an IR candidate compelling in the eyes of the C-Suite
  • Apply the compensation trend data and real-world hiring information to attendees' unique personal circumstances
 
 
* Draft description as of 6/28 3:51 pm, subject to change
 

Contact Tammy Dang (tdang@niri.org) with session inquiries.