The business ecosystem is evolving; those who resist will find themselves at a competitive disadvantage.
Business leaders should embrace the apparent contradiction—of low trust and high expectations—and make the choice to demonstrate that they see their mission as serving not only shareholders but also customers, suppliers, workers, and communities. The common term for this is “stakeholder capitalism” and we think its time has come.
Our program consists of process through which a public listed company organises and conducts itself in effective two-way communications with its shareholders, the financial community and other stakeholders with the objective of accurately representing the company, achieving a fair market value for the company’s securities and ultimately lowering its cost of capital.
By implementing peer group comparisons, we believe it is the most appropriate way of setting benchmark and gauging fair market valuation.
Building The Programme
A comprehensive plan aligned with your company’s strategic goals is the real objective here. Because the aim is a loyal long-term shareholder base.
Executing The Programme
We trust a proactive process. There must be a follow through to maintain contact with the audience. Information must continue to flow.