TORONTO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today the Canadian Investor Relations Institute (CIRI), Canada’s national association representing investor relations professionals, announced that the 2017 CIRI Fellows are:
- Bob Tait, President, T8 Investor Relations
- Lorne Gorber, Executive Vice President, Global Communications & Investor Relations, CGI Group Inc.
- Greg Waller, Senior Vice President, Investor Relations & Strategic Analysis, Teck Resources Limited
- Nancy Woo, Consultant, Nancy E. Woo Consulting Inc.
The CIRI Fellowship Program was launched in 2015 to recognize leaders in the investor relations profession who, by their achievements, bring distinction to the profession and serve as role models for others. CIRI Fellows have made significant contributions to the advancement of the investor relations profession and to CIRI throughout their careers. Earning the designation of F.CIRI, the CIRI Fellow is the highest honour for investor relations professionals in Canada.
“Congratulations to the 2017 Fellows who have advanced the stature of the investor relations profession through their leadership in the investor relations community and their involvement with CIRI,” said Yvette Lokker, President & CEO of CIRI. “These distinguished individuals, with more than 80 years of investor relations experience collectively, have made tremendous contributions to the organizations they have represented, to the investor relations profession and to CIRI.”
This year’s CIRI Fellows will be honoured at the Awards Lunch on Monday, June 12 during CIRI’s 30th Annual Investor Relations Conference in Kelowna, British Columbia.
More information about CIRI’s Fellowship Program can be found at CIRI.org.
CIRI is a professional, not-for-profit association of executives responsible for communication between public corporations, investors and the financial community. CIRI contributes to the transparency and integrity of the Canadian capital markets by advancing the practice of investor relations, the professional competency of its members and the stature of the profession. With close to 500 members and four Chapters across the country, CIRI is the voice of IR in Canada. For further information, please visit CIRI.org.