2020 Corporate Access Survey Series: Broker Selection and Service Satisfaction
By Brendan Fitzpatrick and Zander Yokum
In this report, IHS Markit presents Part 5 of our 2020 Corporate Access findings. Based on a survey of over 300 global IROs conducted in January 2020, attached we present respondent's criteria for selecting a corporate access partner, and their satisfaction with the services they provide.
In this final installment of our Corporate Access Survey Series, we conclude with an examination of one of the strongest and longest-lived informal collaborations in the business world - the partnership between issuers and brokers to market stock to investors. Think of how long this arrangement has endured - the many thousands of investor conferences, the millions of brokered one-on-one meetings - over the course of decades. Contemplate the value exchanged - the brightest and most capable analysts and salespeople marketing the stock of companies who in turn contribute the time and talent of the most highly compensated executives in the world - all unbound by any formal contract.
But, the arrangement is showing its age and needs revitalization. Click here for full report.
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