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

The new CRiFC short study examines the invitations to the AGMs of DAX companies from 2018-2022 in terms of the format (virtual or face-to-face) as well as the rationale for the respective format and voting options (proxy and/or postal vote).more


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.more


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

The short study analyzes to what extent finfluencers serve the demands of the "Generation Share" for capital market-related informationmore


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. more


Publication of the study: 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 that shows the requirements of the "share generation" (investors up to 35 years of age), as well as the digital information offered by various capital market players.more


Publication of CRiFC brief study: The Instagram communication of neo-brokers

The short study investigates, how neo-brokers address young retail investors on the social media platform Instagram. The study is based on a content analysis of the Instagram communication of the three neo-brokers Trade Republic (@traderepublic), Scalable Capital ( and justTRADE (@justtrade_com).more