Bank Stocks

February 1987
Financial Executive;Feb1987, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p27
Academic Journal
The article focuses on investor relations programs for financial institutions. It states that some rewards for investor relations efforts include increased price of stock prices that make it more difficult for corporate raiders to start a hostile takeover of the firm, executive rewards such as options that are tied to profit and market performance, higher price-to-earnings multiples, and improved stockholder loyalty due to price appreciation. It mentions that an active investor relations program can result in increased recognition of high-quality executives. It comments on methods of creating and implementing investor relations programs even if the financial institution lacks stock market experience in its upper management.


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