July 10, 2024

DIRK research series “Finfluencer Relations”

The new DIRK research series “Finfluencer Relations” has been published and summarizes the key findings of the research project.

June 24, 2024

Journal article: How will corporate reporting change in the future?

In the June issue of the specialist magazine EXPERTsuisse, an article was published on the interim results of the study “Corporate Reporting Monitor: Future Lab”.

January 17, 2024

Short study: Diversity in the annual report

This short study examines how DAX 40 companies deal with diversity aspects in their annual reports, which dimensions are mentioned and to what extent key figures on these dimensions are also communicated.

December 4, 2023

Short study: Videos in Investor Relations

The new CRiFC short study examines the use of on the investor relations websites of DAX 40 companies.

June 15, 2023

Article in the KoR special issue “Digital Investor Relations

The CRiFC team contributed an article on “Digital Communication for the Share Generation” to the KoR special issue “Digital Investor Relations”.

January 27, 2023

New CRIFC brief study: The virtual AGM before and during the Covid 19 pandemic

Although holding (partially) virtual or hybrid Annual General Meetings would have been possible even before the start of the Covid 19 pandemic, only a few companies took advantage of this option. This changed when, due to emergency legislation (“Covid-19 Act”), it was only possible to hold the Annual General Meeting in virtual format from March 2020.

November 24, 2022

Publication of DIRK association edition of the book “Communication of Supervisory Board Chairs”

In “Communication of Supervisory Board Chairs. Fundamentals – Structures – Goals – Management”, Dr. Sandra Binder-Tietz presents a comprehensive analysis of supervisory board communication in listed companies – the book is published today as an association edition of DIRK.

November 22, 2022

New CRiFC short study: “YouTube as a source of information for the new “Generation Share”

With the new “Generation Share”, the group of young private investors under 35 years of age is increasingly becoming the focus of practice and research in the financial sector. In a recent CRiFC study, the YouTube platform was identified as a popular source of information for capital market knowledge among the “Generation share”.

October 12, 2022

Book: Communication of supervisory board chairs

In her doctoral thesis, Sandra Binder-Tietz presents a comprehensive analysis of the communication of supervisory board chairpersons of listed companies. Their complex communicative role is systematically explored for the first time.

September 19, 2022

Capital market communication for the new “Generation Share”

In cooperation with Deutsche Aktieninstitut and DIRK – Deutscher Investor Relations Verband, the Center for Research in Financial Communication publishes its study “Capital market communication for the new “Generation Share” – An empirical study of the requirements of young private investors in the communication of stock corporations and financial service providers” – a broad-based empirical study in Germany.