Garden Court Hotel, Palo Alto, CA
The IR Magazine Think Tank – West Coast is an invitation-only event exclusively for senior IROs. It is free to attend and our unique format enables participants to network extensively, discuss, debate and dissect topical issues affecting today’s IROs.
What makes our format so unique?
Our think tanks are far removed from the traditional conference set-up as the event consists of a series of panel sessions followed by roundtable discussions on select IR issues. These interactive sessions are an opportunity to share experiences with and learn from other top-rated IROs. All table discussions are confidential and none of the participants’ comments are attributed*. This allows attendees to talk freely and have frank, open discussions. *While the panel discussions may be quoted in editorial coverage of the event, all table discussions are confidential.
How do our roundtable discussions work?
Industry experts, top-rated IROs and members of the investment community set the agenda on a panel discussion by sharing their thoughts on session topics.
Small round tables of IROs discuss these issues face to face.
Each table gives feedback from its own discussion and shares ideas with the group as a whole.
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Breakfast and registration
Welcome and opening remarks
Ben Ashwell, editor, IR Magazine
IR trend watch: Responding to changes on the sell side
Grant Bartucci, associate director, corporate access & broker relations, Point 72
Victoria Hyde-Dunn, head of investor relations, 8×8
Mary Frances Turnbull, MD, corporate access, Raymond James & Associates
Developing a robust engagement strategy: Targeting and roadshow best practice
Joon Huh, vice president of investor relations, Zuora
Lauren Dillard, chief communications officer and head of investor relations, LiveRamp
Shannon Tatz, vice president of strategy and IR, PROS
Table discussions investor engagement best practices
Participate in structured group discussions focused around the issues mentioned in the previous targeting session and also on broader investor engagement best practices including earnings calls, social media, IR only roadshows and marketing calendars. Share your experiences and solve problems as a group in an interactive environment.
Buy-side panel: Investor’s perspective on ESG integration
Robbie Miles, ESG analyst, Allianz Global Investors
Nashat Moin, senior ESG analyst, Wells Fargo Asset Management
Greg Waters, analyst, technology and communications sector, SASB (Moderator)
IRO panel: How does the increasing focus on ESG impact the IR function?
Beth Howe, vice president and head of IR, HP
Katrina Rymill, vice president of investor relations and sustainability, Equinix
Rob Zivnuska, managing director, PJT Camberview
Greg Waters, analyst, technology and communications sector, SASB (Moderator)
Table discussions ESG integration best practice
Lunch and networking
IR at the table: How to elevate IR to become a strategic partner within a company
Ian Koenig, senior vice president, strategic growth, Investis Digital
Maggie O’Donnell, director of investor relations, Wix.com
Gabrielle Rabinovitch, head of investor relations, Paypal
Smooch Repovich Reynolds, MD partner, global IRO & CCO practice group, ZRG Partners
NEW FORMAT: Open Q&A with investors and analysts
Lori Keith, portfolio manager, Parnassus Investments
David Lopez, portfolio manager, Grassi Investment Management
Justin Patterson, senior research analyst – internet, digital media, and travel, Raymond James Financial
Final thoughts followed by a happy hour drinks reception, hosted by the NIRI SV Chapter
Ben Ashwell is the editor at IR Magazine and Corporate Secretary, covering investor relations, governance, risk and compliance. Prior to this, he was the founder and editor of Executive Talent, the global quarterly magazine from the Association of Executive Search and Leadership Consultants. Before moving to the US, Ben was the vice president and editor at Executive Grapevine, overseeing a daily news website, ten annual supplements and HR Grapevine, the UK’s leading HR and talent management magazine. In his spare time, Ben writes fiction, poetry and arts and culture reviews. Eyewear Publishing recently named him in their list of the Best New British and Irish Poets.
Associate director, corporate access & broker relations
Grant Bartucci leads Point72’s Corporate Access Origination function. In this role Mr. Bartucci is responsible for the Firm’s corporate access origination program, including establishing the Firm’s external branding message, relationship development and partnering with the corporate community, and organizing meetings between Point72 investment professionals and corporate management teams.
Prior to joining the Firm, Mr. Bartucci worked as an associate for The Goldman Sachs Group and a manager at Ernst & Young.
Mr. Bartucci earned both his Bachelor of Business Administration and Master of Science in Accountancy from the University of Notre Dame, Mendoza College of Business. He currently is a CFA Charterholder, Certified Fraud Examiner, and Certified Public Accountant.
Chief communications officer and head of investor relations
Lauren Dillard serves as Chief Communications Officer and Head of Investor Relations for LiveRamp, a public software company headquartered in San Francisco. In her role, Lauren leads investor relations, media relations, analyst relations and internal communications. As part of the executive leadership team, she is focused on elevating LiveRamp as an independent public company since its separation from Acxiom in late 2018, reinforcing its position as a neutral, open provider of data connectivity.
Prior to joining LiveRamp in 2014, Lauren was at Addo Communications, where she helped develop and execute investor relations strategies for wide-range of private and public companies in the TMT space. Before Addo, she worked in Corporate Finance at Silver Spring Networks and completed her CPA at Ernst & Young. Lauren holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Accounting from Santa Clara University and lives in San Francisco where she serves on the board of several nonprofits, including The Bay Area Discovery Museum and Multiplying Good.
Vice president and head of IR
Beth Howe leads investor relations at HP Inc. In this role she is responsible for managing HP’s interactions with current and prospective shareholders as well as sell-side research analysts. She works closely with HP’s CEO and CFO to develop and communicate HP’s strategy and investment thesis to generate shareholder interest and investment in HP Inc.
Prior to this role, Beth was the business CFO for the Graphics Solutions Business. In this role, she led a global team with end to end financial accountability for the $3+ billion business. Previously, she held finance and strategy leadership positions at Hewlett Packard Company including Director of Investor Relations from 2006 to 2010.
Prior to joining HP, Beth was a Finance Director at SGI where she had various roles including responsibility for Investor Relations. Previously, she held various marketing and business management positions. She began her career as an engineer.
Beth has a Master’s degree in Engineering Economic Systems and Operation Research and a master’s degree and bachelor’s degree in Engineering from Stanford University.
Vice president of investor relations
Joon Huh is Vice President, Investor Relations at Zuora. Prior to joining Zuora in 2018, he was Vice President of Investor Relations at Visa. Before joining Visa, he held various financial leadership positions over nine years at Yahoo, including Investor Relations and Corporate Finance. Prior to Yahoo, Joon spent several years in financial services at Mesirow Financial, Deloitte and Bear Stearns. He began his career as an engineer at General Electric. He received his MBA from the University of Chicago, Booth School of Business and a BS in engineering from the University of Washington.
Head of investor relations
Victoria has over 20 years of FinTech and SaaS industry experience including 15 years in award-winning investor relations programs. Victoria leads investor relations for 8×8, Inc. (NYSE:EGHT), a global software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider of cloud communications, contact center, chat, video conferencing and enterprise API solutions headquartered in San Jose, CA. In this role, she oversees all aspects of 8×8’s relationships with investors, sell-side analysts and debt holders. Prior to joining 8×8 in October 2017, she served as Director of Investor Relations for Visa Inc. (NYSE:V) for 10 years.
Victoria joined Visa in 2007 to establish the company’s global IR function and investor positioning prior to the company’s successful IPO in March 2008. Prior to Visa, Victoria held Investor Relations roles at McAfee Inc. (acquired by Intel) and Providian Financial (acquired by Washington Mutual/ JP Morgan Chase).
Victoria is a board member for the NIRI San Francisco chapter since 2016 and served on the NIRI Silicon Valley board from 2007 to 2011. She has held the positions of Sponsorship, Advocacy, Membership and Programs throughout her board experience. She was also a volunteer for NIRI’s 50th Anniversary Annual Conference Committee developing the ‘Corporate Governance, Board Relations and Strategic Collaboration’ session track. Victoria has been recognized by Institutional Investor Magazine and IR Magazine throughout her professional career. She earned a Business Administration degree in Finance and MBA from the University of San Francisco.
Lori Keith is Portfolio Manager of the Parnassus Mid Cap Fund with responsibility for portfolio management for the firm’s Mid Cap strategy. She joined Parnassus Investments in 2005 after serving as a Parnassus research intern. Before joining the firm, Ms. Keith was a Vice President of Investment Banking at Deloitte & Touche Corporate Finance LLC and was a Senior Associate in Robertson Stephens & Company’s investment banking division. Prior to that, she worked in the management consulting practice at Ernst & Young. Ms. Keith received her bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of California, Los Angeles and her master’s degree in business administration from Harvard Business School.
Senior vice president, strategic growth
As a founding member of Investis Digital’s North American operations, Ian is an integral member of the executive management team. Instrumental in growing Investis Digital’s US revenue more than twenty-fold over the past four years, Ian also continues to help shape overall market strategy and identifying new products for unmet client and market needs.
As a digital advisor and trusted partner to many of Investis Digital’s strategic accounts, including The Estee Lauder Companies, WWE, Jet.com, and Apollo Global Management, Ian excels at understanding and identifying complex digital needs for sophisticated companies, both large and growing, and delivers them in a manner that leads to future collaboration.
Grassi Investment Management
David J. Lopez is an Associate Portfolio Manager at Grassi Investment Management, LLC. He manages portfolios for institutional and high net-worth individual clients bringing 10 years of market experience and passion to his work.
Previously, David was a Portfolio Associate at Sand Hill Global Advisors where he researched investment opportunities and managed portfolios for institutional and high net-worth clients. Prior to that, he was a successfully self employed stock trader, and in college served as President of California State University, Sacramento’s Student Investment Fund.
David was born in Sacramento and graduated from California State University, Sacramento with a B.S. in Business Administration with a Finance concentration and a minor in Government. He lives in Santa Clara with his wife, and enjoys traveling abroad as well as engaging in local philanthropy.
Allianz Global Investors
Robbie is an ESG analyst with Allianz Global Investors, which he joined in 2014. After 3 years in London, Robbie moved to the San Francisco to facilitate the integration of sustainable investing in the US. He has analytical responsibilities on the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Research team for the utilities and industrials sectors, with a particular focus on clean technologies. Robbie is responsible for corporate governance and stewardship in the US. He has seven years of sustainable finance experience. Robbie is a CFA charterholder, qualified as a chartered accountant with PwC and holds a BA in Environment and Business from the University of Leeds.
Senior ESG analyst, global credit research
Wells Fargo Asset Management
Nashat Moin is a senior ESG analyst for the Wells Fargo Asset Management (WFAM) Global Credit Research team. In this capacity, Nashat leads fixed income team’s evaluation and implementation of proprietary WFAM research into ESG factors. She also serves as an internal liaison with other groups within WFAM on ESG approach and methodology. Prior to joining the firm in 2018, Nashat worked as a sector analyst for the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) where she led the research for 34 industries in transportation, services, consumer durables, and infrastructure sectors. Earlier roles include serving as a research associate for Poverty Action Lab and as an assistant economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. Nashat began her investment industry career in 2013. She earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from Smith College and holds a master’s degree in international policy studies from Stanford University.
Director of investor relations
Maggie O’Donnell is Wix’s Director of Investor Relations based in San Francisco.She joined Wix in August 2017. Maggie was the recipient of the 2019 IR Magazine Rising Star. She also serves as the VP of Communications on the board of NIRI SF. Prior to Wix, Maggie spent almost 2.5 years as the Investor Relations analyst at Facebook. Prior to that, Maggie spent almost 4 years at GE, first as part of the Financial Management Program, and then in FP&A. Maggie holds a B.S. in Economics and Environmental Studies from Fairfield University.
Senior research analyst - internet, digital media, and travel
Raymond James Financial
Justin Patterson covers the Internet sector, specializing in digital entertainment, travel, the gig economy, and marketplaces. Since 2007, Mr. Patterson has studied how the proliferation of mobile devices, improved internet connectivity, and rise of app stores change consumer behavior and create new business models. Mr. Patterson has been recognized as an Institutional Investor Rising Star and StarMine top earnings estimator for the Internet sector. He is frequently quoted in the press and regularly appears on Bloomberg and CNBC. Mr. Patterson graduated with a M.S. degree in finance from Vanderbilt University’s Owen Graduate School of Management and is a CFA Charterholder.
Head of investor relations
Gabrielle is Senior Director of Investor Relations at PayPal. Previously, Gabrielle was Vice President, Investor Relations for Williams-Sonoma, Inc. Prior to joining Williams-Sonoma, Inc. in 2012, Gabrielle was a Vice President in AlixPartners’ Financial Advisory Services practice. Before joining AlixPartners, Gabrielle spent more than seven years in investment banking, most recently as an Associate in the Los Angeles office of Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Gabrielle is a Member of the State Bar of California.
Gabrielle has a JD from UCLA School of Law; MBA from UCLA Anderson School of Management; B.S. from New York University and has served on the board of the NIRI San Francisco Chapter since 2014.
Smooch Repovich Reynolds
Managing director, global investor relations and chief communications officer practice group
Smooch Repovich Reynolds joined ZRG Partners at the end of 2017, bringing with her a career that spans more than 25 years of executive search consulting, specifically focused in the Global Investor Relations Officer and Chief Communications Officer functional areas. Smooch pioneered IR executive search as a direct result of her affinity for the capital markets, and has partnered with CEOs and CFOs to address corporate valuation issues and financial market expectations throughout her career. As the profession and financial markets have evolved dramatically the last two decades, she has served as a key influencer of the direction of the Investor Relations profession through her stewardship with client management teams.
In addition, her thought leadership in the Corporate Communications functional niche has been framed by her tenure as a former Chief Communications Officer and her broad participation in the global communications community. Smooch has leveraged this first-hand experience to partner with leadership teams providing guidance by framing corporate communications functions, and by serving as a gateway to exceptional talent whose corporate brand innovation experience has elevated her client companies to new heights of success.
She is considered a leading authority on the intangible leadership traits that define talent who are recognized as part of the top 10% of Investor Relations and Chief Communications Officers globally. Her executive search experience has spanned partnerships with management teams and Boards at organizations ranging in size from pre-IPO entities to global, multinational Fortune 500 market leaders, across all industry sectors.
Having completed approximately 300 Investor Relations Officer searches, one consideration to note about Smooch’s work is the increase in her clients’ share valuation during her tenure as a recruitment management team advisor – nearly $500B in increased valuation that she has contributed to as a direct result of her commitment to clients on the topic of recruiting the right talent.
Smooch has authored numerous thought leadership articles about the CEO-CFO-IRO triumvirate and the impact of their interlocked relationship as it relates to the investment community and valuation. She has been the featured expert on IRO and CCO careers across traditional media and social/digital media, and is called upon by numerous professional groups to speak on wide ranging talent and leadership topics. Smooch has her own website: www.smoochunplugged.com, where she regularly shares her insights about corporate talent initiatives and the competitive advantages of smart, strategic recruitment partnerships. Smooch is also book author.
Prior to joining ZRG Partners, Smooch served at two multinational executive search firms as the Managing Director of each firm’s respective Global Investor Relations and Communications Officer practice groups. In addition, she served as the Chief Communications Officer for The Irvine Company, a recognized national privately-held real estate development company. And, prior to that she was the Founder and CEO of The Repovich-Reynolds Group, a North American focused executive search firm specializing in IRO and CCO search assignments which she led for nearly 20 years. Smooch has served as a Chief of Staff to the CEO of a global public relations agency and started her career in politics as a Press Deputy.
She is a long-time member of the National Investor Relations Institute and a Lifetime member of the International Association of Business Communicators. Smooch has served on several non-profit boards, including serving as Board Chair for two of those entities: American Cancer Society of Los Angeles and Westridge School in Pasadena, CA.
Vice president of investor relations and sustainability
Katrina Rymill is the Vice President of Investor Relations at Equinix, a global interconnection and data center provider. Joining Equinix in 2011, she spearheaded the effort of re-architecting the company’s IR messaging and communication strategy. Projects have included establishing long-term financial targets, setting up Equinix’s first share buyback program, investor targeting, and communicating Equinix’s transition to a REIT structure. Prior to Equinix, Katrina was Director of Investor Relations at CyberSource, an ecommerce payment gateway, which was acquired by Visa in 2010. In 2009, CyberSource Investor Relations was ranked 2nd by Institutional Investor Magazine. Previously, Katrina was the Head of Investor Relations at Redback Networks. There, she created the IR program after Redback emerged from a Chapter 11 debt restructuring, and worked to build a diversified investor base, including a $200 million Secondary Offering. Katrina started her career at Merrill Lynch in Investment Banking, where she worked on various leveraged finance and debt deals.
Katrina earned an M.B.A. from MIT Sloan and a B.A. in Biology from Harvard University.
Vice president of strategy and IR
Shannon Tatz is Vice President of Strategy and Investor Relations at PROS, a $2.8B market cap SaaS company that leverages its AI platform to help companies power digital selling. Shannon leads a team responsible for the development and communication of corporate strategy, corporate development and all aspects of investor relations. Prior to moving into Investor Relations, Shannon led teams in PROS Strategic Consulting group, which is responsible for helping customers understand PROS solutions and the value that they drive. Shannon was a Fulbright Scholar and received her MBA from the University of Texas- Austin and her B.A. from Boston College.
Managing director and head of corporate access
Raymond James & Associates
Mary serves as Managing Director and Head of Corporate Access at Raymond James with an emphasis on collaborating with Investor Relations professionals to develop strategies for investor outreach and targeting. In this role, Mary is also responsible for partnering with Capital Markets, Investment Banking and Research professionals to develop and source content for Raymond James hosted general and sector-specific conferences, summits, symposiums, non-deal roadshows, bespoke and industry experts. Prior to joining Raymond James, Mary served in various research, sales and management roles at serval sell-side investment banks; including Lehman Brothers, Deutsche Bank and Salomon Smith Barney.
An active NIRI member, she is currently on the Board of NIRI Silicon Valley, and previously served on the Annual Conference Committee and President of the Central Florida chapter. She is founder and co-chair of The Women in Capital Markets Symposium (WICM), an annual event devoted to advancing the professional development of women at Raymond James.
Mary received a BA in economics from Mount Holyoke College, and an MBA in finance from Fordham University.
Analyst, technology and communications sector
SASB - Sustainability Accounting Standards Board
Greg Waters is an analyst at SASB focused on the Technology & Communications sector. In this role, he works with companies, investors, and subject matter experts to develop and drive the adoption of a market standard for reporting financially material sustainability information. Prior to SASB, Mr. Waters spent 7 years on the research team at proxy advisor Glass Lewis, where he led a team analyzing the corporate governance of North American companies. He holds an MBA in Finance from NYU Stern and a BA in Economics from Bates College.
Rob Zivnuska is a Managing Director at PJT Camberview in San Francisco. Mr. Zivnuska advises public companies on shareholder engagement, activism, contested situations and other complex governance matters.
Before joining PJT Camberview, Mr. Zivnuska served as head of the Americas Corporate Governance and Responsible Investment team at BlackRock. In that role, he managed all aspects of the corporate governance function for BlackRock’s equity investments in more than 5,000 companies based in North and South America. Prior to BlackRock, Mr. Zivnuska was a corporate attorney with Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP.
Mr. Zivnuska is a member of the State Bar of California. He holds a JD from Georgetown University Law Center and a bachelor’s degree, with honors, from the University of California, Davis.
Attendees are leading IR practitioners, many of whom have been highlighted in our IR Magazine Awards research over the years. Each participant is someone with an established track record and a strategic IR role within his or her company. This year’s attendees included:
|Company Name||Job Title||Company Name||Job Title|
|Allianz Global Investors||Analyst, ESG||ZRG Partners||Managing Director, Global Investor Relations & CCO practice group|
|SASB||Analyst, Technology||PJT Camberview||Partner|
|Point 72||Associate Director, Corporate Access||Grassi Investment Mgmt.||Portfolio Manager|
|LiveRamp||CCO & Head, Investor Relations||Wells Fargo Asset Mgmt.||Senior Analyst, ESG|
|Beast Williams Photography||CEO||Activision Blizzard||Senior Director, Investor Relations|
|Avinger||CFO||Cambium Networks||Senior Director, Investor Relations|
|Zuora||CFO||MINDBODY||Senior Director, Investor Relations|
|Forescout||Director||Align Technology||Senior Manager|
|PJT Camberview||Director||HP||Senior Manager|
|Raymond James||Director, Corporate Access||Pivotal||Senior Manager, Investor Relations|
|CooperCompanies||Director, Corporate Responsibility||Portola Pharmaceuticals||Senior Manager, Investor Relations|
|Finjan||Director, Investor Relations||Synopsys||Senior Manager, Investor Relations|
|Indus Holdings||Director, Investor Relations||Western Digital||Senior Manager, Marketing Solutions|
|Microsonic Systems||Director, Investor Relations||Raymond James||Senior research analyst|
|SAP SE||Director, Investor Relations||Investis Digital||Specialist, Digital Strategy|
|Wix.com||Director, Investor Relations||Western Digital||Specialist, Investor Relations|
|Xilinx||Director, Investor Relations||Redwood Trust||SVP, Investor Relations|
|Zendesk||Director, Investor Relations||ZRG Partners||SVP, Investor Relations|
|Tetra Tech||Director, Investor Relations & Assistant Treasurer||Investis Digital||SVP, Strategic Growth|
|PayPal||Director, Investor Relations & Communications||8×8||VP & Head of Investor Relations|
|Micron||Director, Sustainability||Investis Digital||VP, Client Partner|
|Alpha & Omega Semiconducter||Head, Investor Relations||Point 72||VP, Corporate Access|
|AssetMark||Head, Investor Relations||Theravance Biopharma||VP, Finance & Investor Relations|
|Yelp||Head, Investor Relations||LiveRamp||VP, Investor Relations|
|PayPal||Investor Relations||Cadence Design Systems||VP, Investor Relations|
|PayPal||Investor Relations||Caesars Entertainment||VP, Investor Relations|
|LiveRamp||Investor Relations, Special Projects||Elastic N.V.||VP, Investor Relations|
|SASB||Lead Analyst||Electronic Arts||VP, Investor Relations|
|Instructure||Manager, Finance||MM Enterprises||VP, Investor Relations|
|Anaplan||Manager, Investor Relations||Parnassus Investments||VP, Investor Relations|
|PayPal||Manager, Investor Relations||Poly (PLT)||VP, Investor Relations|
|Visa||Manager, Investor Relations||Quotient||VP, Investor Relations|
|WD-40||Manager, Portfolio||Tailored Brands||VP, Investor Relations|
|Applied Materials||Managing Director||ARC Document Solutions||VP, Investor Relations|
|PJT Camberview||Managing Director||Calithera Biosciences||VP, Investor Relations & Strategy|
|Raymond James||Managing Director, Corporate Access||PROS||VP, Investor Relations & Strategy|
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This year’s Think Tank was held at:
Garden Court Hotel
520 Cowper St.
Palo Alto, CA 94301
Grove Ballroom, 2nd floor
Computershare (ASX: CPU) is a global market leader in transfer agency and share registration, employee equity plans, mortgage servicing, proxy solicitation and stakeholder communications. We also specialize in corporate trust, bankruptcy, class action and a range of other diversified financial and governance services.
Founded in 1978, Computershare is renowned for its expertise in high integrity data management, high volume transaction processing and reconciliations, payments and stakeholder engagement. Many of the world’s leading organizations use us to streamline and maximize the value of relationships with their investors, employees, creditors and customers.
Computershare is represented in all major financial markets and has over 12,000 employees worldwide.
For more information, visit computershare.com.
Investis Digital is an award-winning digital communications company. Founded in 2000, the company combines effective storytelling and engaging digital experiences with world-class performance marketing and cutting-edge technology to help businesses communicate clearly and authentically with any audience. Investis Digital’s 2,000 global clients, including Ascential, ASOS, Rolls-Royce, Tarte, Fruit of the Loom, and Wyndham trust the Investis Digital team of more than 550 employees to deliver stronger relationships with audiences and improved ROI through its Connected Content™ approach. For more information, please visit https://www.investisdigital.com.
PJT Camberview, the corporate governance and shareholder engagement practices group of PJT Partners LP, is a leading provider of investor-led advice to public companies on engagement and shareholder relations, activism and contested situations, sustainability and complex corporate governance matters.
PJT Camberview helps its clients succeed by providing unique insight into investors’ perspectives on long-term value creation, interpreting the evolving governance landscape and creating proactive strategies to stay ahead of investor challenges.
Point72 is a global asset management firm led by Steven Cohen that uses Discretionary Long/Short, Macro, and Systematic strategies to invest in eight offices across the globe. We look for people who want to build a career with us – people who want to innovate, experiment, and be the best at what they do – while adhering to the highest ethical standards.
Point72 is headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut, and maintains affiliated offices in New York, Hong Kong, London, Tokyo, Singapore, Paris, and Palo Alto. We invest in a wide range of asset classes and situations through our businesses: Point72 Asset Management, EverPoint Asset Management, Point72 Ventures, Cohen Private Ventures, and Cubist Systematic Strategies.
Learn more at: www.point72.com.
Raymond James’ corporate access team uses its global distribution network to facilitate meetings between company management and institutional investors. We host more than 600 corporate access events each year, with an emphasis on personalized service from start to finish, including investor targeting, seamless logistics and post-meeting feedback.
To learn more, please visit Raymond James corporate access.
ZRG Partners’ mission is to bring talented candidates to leading companies. We adhere to a set of core values that allows us to fulfill our clients’ needs on an optimal scale. We take pride and care to ensure that the core values we instill in our staff help our clients acquire strong leadership within their company.
For more information, please visit our website.
The NIRI Silicon Valley Chapter was formed to advance the practice of investor relations within the local business environment. In keeping with this mission, the Chapter focuses on IR education, mentoring, and networking with the broad professional community. Our goal is to further the skills of our members, to expand their business opportunities, to increase Chapter membership, and to foster an environment that promotes IR learning for all.
The San Francisco Chapter of the Investor Relations Institute (NIRI) was founded in 1977, making it one of the oldest, largest, and most established local chapters in the United States. NIRI San Francisco is comprised of approximately 160 investor relations practitioners from the San Francisco Bay Area, resulting in a dynamic mix of IR professionals dedicated to promoting the practice of investor relations within the business and financial communities. The chapter hosts monthly educational events, social programs and seminars for current and prospective members, covering industry topics and challenges relevant to today’s investor relations officer.
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