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Announcing the Companies and Individuals Nominated for the Annual IR Magazine Canada Awards
January 21, 2010 07:03 AM Eastern Time
TORONTO--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--As investors searched for signs of sustained economic recovery during 2009, they
companies for ramping up communications despite the global financial chill. In the recent survey to identify the winners of the 13th a
Canada Awards, nearly one third (30 percent) of analysts and portfolio managers said they’re getting more information now than be
around double the number from last year.
This year’s nominees come from a range of different sectors and market-cap sizes, including oil & gas, finance and mining. The surv
focused especially on smaller-cap companies to more accurately reflect the makeup of the Canadian market. A full list of this year’s
and a list of the sector leaders are available below, or on our website at www.irmagazinecanada.com.
The independent awards survey was conducted by Mary Maude Research using samples provided by Thomson Reuters and Equic
data from TMX Group. To identify the nominees in two special categories, PrecisionIR Group surveyed retail investors and Erdos
surveyed US investment professionals. The complete results of the survey will be published in IR magazine’s Investor Perception
The winners will be announced at a gala event at the Fairmont Royal York on Wednesday, February 17, 2010. Leading companies
in categories including best investor relations officer, best corporate governance, and best investor relations in the US market by a
The event will be hosted in association with the Globe and Mail and is co-sponsored by Bell, Broadridge, Business Wire, the Cana
Relations Institute, CCR Solutions, CNW Group, Georgeson, Laurel Hill Advisory Group, Marketwire, NASDAQ OMX, NYSE
OTCQX, RR Donnelley, THE WORKS and TMX Group.
The IR magazine investor perception studies together make up the world’s largest survey of this kind, each ye