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Do’s and Don’ts for Providing Guidance

Posted on April 28th, 2020. Posted by

Do’s and Don’ts for Providing Guidance

Guidance has long been a key component of any investor relations program. However, due to the coronavirus outbreak, companies in different industries are now in very different positions in regards to their ability to provide guidance. Some companies may be opting to make changes to their disclosures and areas of focus; others are choosing to suspend guidance until things return to some level of normalcy and predictability.

To learn more about general best practices for issuing guidance, download the checklist below. If you have questions about issuing guidance specifically during the coronavirus pandemic, please contact us for a deeper discussion around your company’s unique position.

Do’s and Don’ts for Providing Guidance

Tom McDonald

Tom McDonald is a Partner/Managing Director and Head of Business Development. He is responsible for marketing the firm’s capabilities to potential new clients as well as the institutional investment community.

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