Our research strengthens the scientific foundation of financial communication
The study "Investors and Supervisory Board in dialogue" from the Center for Research in Financial Communication in cooperation with DIRK – German Investor Relations Association highlights the results of a survey of IR officers in Germany.
The second Financial Communication Summit took place on 10/11 September 2018 in 'Alte Börse' in Frankfurt am Main.
40 invited guests discussed current research results and challenges as well as trends in capital market communications.
The study "Digital Leadership in Investor Relations - How digital is Investor Relations in Germany" from the Center for Research in Financial Communication in cooperation with DIRK – German Investor Relations Association highlights the results of a broad empirical study of listed companies in Germany.
With the study "Strategies of Investor Relations and Financial Communication", the Center for Research in Financial Communication publishes the results of a broad empirical study among companies listed in the Prime Standard.
The Center for Research in Financial Communication has launched its new research project “Integrated Financial Communication”. The study aims to identity and systematize the cooperation and coordination of the Corporate Communications and Investor Relations functions regarding capital markets topics as well as elaborate on best practices and recommendations.
In cooperation with MPM Corporate Communication Solutions and the market research institute IMR Frankfurt, the Center for Research in Financial Communication has launched the new research project "Cross media Annual Reporting". The study aims to gain empirical insights into the goals of the companies and the user needs of the target groups regarding annual reports.
Deutsche Börse AG becomes a new partner of the Center for Research in Financial Communication. Within the cooperation, Martin Halusa, Head of Media Relations at Deutsche Börse, joins the Steering Committee of the competence center.