Our research strengthens the scientific foundation of financial communication
The brief study therefore examines the questions: To what extent, in what depth and in what form is sustainability communicated in the equity story on the IR websites of DAX and MDAX companies? The study is based on a content analysis of the IR websites of the 90 companies listed in the DAX and MDAX.
The annual Corporate Reporting Monitor study was conducted for the second time at the Center for Research in Financial Communication in cooperation with the Center for Corporate Reporting and the University of Applied Sciences St. Pölten. This year's main topic was sustainability reporting.
The Center for Research in Financial Communication now offers a PhD sholarship in the research area of capital market communication. Qualified applicants are invited to apply.
The study "Online Report Perspectives" analyzes the development of digital reporting by the 50 largest German and Swiss companies. The study has been carried out since 2015 and this year, in cooperation with NeidhartSchön, berichtsmanufaktur, hw.design and KPMG Germany, it has been completely revised and its content has been adapted to current challenges in online reporting.
The brief study therefore examines the question: How important is communication with private investors on IR websites of DAX and MDAX companies? The study is based on a content analysis of the IR websites of the 90 companies listed on the DAX and M-DAX and shows that only a small part of the DAX and MDAX companies take private investors into account in their digital IR communication
The research project in cooperation with DIRK, Aurubis, Lufthansa Group, Deutsche Post DHL and Zalando shows how - and also how differently - sustainability communication to the capital market is approached.
The Center for Research in Financial Communication welcomes Ingrid M. Haas, Managing Director Group Communications & Marketing at Deutschen Börse AG, as a new member of its Steering Committee. Further members of the committee are Prof. Dr. Bernd Schuppener (University of Leipzig), Dr. Stefanie Wettberg (BASF SE), and Dr. Robert Vollrath (Hering Schuppener Consulting).
The brief study examines the question: To what extent do DAX and MDAX companies present the Equity Story on their IR websites and what are the formal features and content components used? The study is based on a content analysis of the IR websites of DAX and MDAX companies and shows the potential that is often not yet used.
The short study examines the question: Which competencies are required from the employers' point of view in the area of investor relations and financial communication? This study is based on a content analysis of job advertisements and shows that two areas are particularly important: Communication and an understanding of economics.