Organisations manage communications between their senior leadership and the financial community through
investor relations, a strategic responsibility. Investors are given a truthful account of business operations,
which aids in their decision-making process over whether or not to invest in the company.
Managing communication between a company's corporate management and its investors is referred to as investor
relations. An investor relations manager supports the dissemination of information, handling of meetings and
queries, giving management feedback, and crisis management.
Investors frequently have a long-term outlook and look to invest in assets that are both profitable and seem
to be a good deal. Investment banks, mutual funds, institutional investors, and retail investors make up the
majority of investors.
An organisation’s ability to create and implement a solid industrial relations management strategy, which
guarantees that industrial relations issues and risks are discovered, assessed, and managed, is demonstrated
by its IR strategy.
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