Earlier this month Maureen Wolff-Reid, President & Partner at IR consulting firm Sharon Merrill Associates, wrote an interesting piece on Board-Shareholder communications.
Excerpt from the posting:
At a minimum, companies need to develop a board-shareholder communications policy and method for flagging the inbound shareholder inquiries that should be elevated to the directors themselves. The screening process usually involves two key questions: Does the investor have a significant position in the stock? And, is the matter more appropriate to be handled by the investor relations officer or another member of management?
To read the complete post, go to Sharon Merrill's blog, The Podium.