ABOUT THE PRESENTATION RATING - FOR MEMBERS
IRGL offers a Presentation Rating for its Members. The Rating Model was developed on the Nordic Market and the rating have been produced yearly in conjunction with the financial analyst and journalist rankings in Sweden as part of the Nordic Pilot, but is now being moved into The IR Global League. In addition to the move to IRGL we are also complemented the Rating Model with a Sustainable Value
In order to help all companies to be complete on all its presentations we currently also backlog NEW MEMBERS to at least 2003.
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The IRGL Rating Model
The rating model as such is based on sustainability in your presentation standard. To get the highest ranking you need to do 4 yearly global conferences in English with teleconference and/or webcast facilities. Together with the rating we also give an E value, expansion value, measuring how active you are with your IR activities in markets other than your home market. Here we also count Capital Market Days.
"Minimum Requirements for Open Presentations include"
The presentation is to be announced on the company’s web site and available to all journalists, analysts and investors, either as a hard copy or in electronic form and must provide the opportunity to ask questions.
This is an example of a presentation rating and how it should be read.
*The Bank OSE DI4 E 04 13 22 31 S10 = The company "The Bank" is listed in Oslo and has a full-coverage reach that includes all investors, domestic and international. The company hosts four open presentations per year and currently has an active expansion scheme for annual presence on 4 Nordic, 3 European, 2 American markets and 1 Asian market. The company has presenting record of 10 years.
* Based on information found on the company website.
CATEGORY 1. The first level (in each sector) marks the highest international reach (DI4)
CATEGORY 2. The second level (in each sector) marks the local reach according to European Legal standards (D2)
CATEGORY 3. The third level (in each sector) marks the local reach according to European Legal standards (D1)
Base Rating symbols
D = Domestic, Reach – full coverage of all investors
d = Domestic, Reach – not full coverage of all investors
I = International, Reach – full coverage of all investors
i = International, Reach – not full coverage of all investors
+ Annual continuity to the market; the figure indicates how many open presentations the company hosts per year.
- No open presentation
E Value = Expanding its reach to new markets
00 Home Region, (ex Nordic) the first figure indicates presence, the second the number of markets
10 European Continental, the first figure indicates presence, the second the number of markets
20 American Continental, the first figure indicates presence, the second the number of markets
30 Asia Pacific Continental, the first figure indicates presence, the second the number of markets
40 Africa, the first figure indicates presence, the second the number of markets
50 Others, the first figure indicates presence, the second the number of markets
ì Increased IR-activities
î Decreased IR-activities
S Value = Sustainable Value.
S for Sustainable, completed with the number of years with a public presenting record