By Dominic Jones on December 14, 2010
NASDAQ OMX has acquired its corporate services partner, Stockholm-based Zoomvision Mamato (ZVM), amid heightened competition in the Nordic webcasting business from bigger rivals Thomson Reuters and Qbrick-Arkena.
By Annica Strahner on December 9, 2010
SCULPTOR IR has just completed a major survey of 760 Scandinavian companies to learn how they are using Twitter for investor relations information, and to identify country differences and best practices at specific companies.
By Annica Strahner on November 26, 2010
EARLIER this week, I attended a lunch seminar “IR Excellence: Risks and opportunities in a digital world,” hosted by the Swedish IR association (SIRA), in cooperation with Cision, Grayling and Setterwalls.
By Dominic Jones on June 20, 2008
DENMARK’S Danske Bank this week swept the IR Magazine Nordic Awards in Copenhagen — winning three of the top regional titles, including the Grand prix for best overall investor relations and best use of technology. The bank’s head of investor relations Martin Gottlob was voted the Nordic Region’s best investor relations officer by the 180 [...]
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By Dominic Jones on May 25, 2007
NASDAQ Stock Market Inc. is bidding $3.67 billion for Sweden’s OMX AB, Europe’s sixth-largest stock exchange group, in a deal to create the second trans-Atlantic stock exchange. OMX AB sells exchange software and operates equity and derivatives exchanges in the Nordic and Baltic markets. Its Nordic Exchange includes exchanges in Copenhagen, Stockholm, Helsinki, Iceland, Riga, [...]
By Dominic Jones on February 18, 2007
ON Valentines Day, U.S. disability insurer Aflac showed its love for shareholder engagement when it became the first major U.S. company to agree to give shareholders an advisory vote on executive compensation — a so-called “say on pay” that shareholders in other countries already enjoy. Aflac’s voluntary move could open the floodgates for similar agreements [...]