Middle East IR Society appoints new vice chairman
Dubai, November 25, 2013
The Middle East Investor Relations Society has appointed Oliver Schutzmann, head of Investor Relations and Corporate Communications at Shuaa Capital, as vice chairman of the society's board.
The new role incorporates specific responsibility for representation of the society’s principal constituency, namely listed company investor relations officers, as well as country level advocacy and promotion of the society, said a statement.
Paul Reynolds, chairman of the ME-IR Society and managing director of Rothschild said: “As a pioneer of international best practice IR in the region, the creator of our IR education programme and a long-serving board member, Oliver has already made an exceptional contribution to the practice of investor relations across the Middle East.”
“The IR Society continues to play a pivotal role in driving the future direction of investor relations and its regional development towards international best practice standards,” said Schutzmann.
“I look forward to working closely with all stakeholders on strengthening the bond between regional and international issuers, investor and intermediaries to enhance the reputation, efficiency and attractiveness of the Middle East capital markets.” - TradeArabia News Service
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