The quarterly earnings call — most publicly traded companies conduct them, but why? While it is not required, an earnings call is one of the most effective way for a public company to clearly and effectively disseminate essential information to the financial community, shareholders and potential investors.
Four times a year, management has the ability to demonstrate execution against its communicated plan, reinforce strategy and set expectations. And in the event a company’s efforts fall short of expectations, the call, when executed well, serves as a critical platform to address key issues and begin to rebuild credibility.
This white paper will cover:
Best practices for conducting an earning call
ISDR webcasting products and services
How can technology help alleviate your stress while executing a successful earnings call?
Federal securities laws that impact your company’s strategy for corporate communication