Please note:

To make any purchase you need to first be logged into your account log in.

If you have not yet registered a free account then do so here create account.

Every two years, the Australasian Investor Relations Association (AIRA) conducts a detailed survey of investor relations practices, preferences and trends. In November 2016, investor relations practitioners from ASX 200 and NZ 50 companies representing all industry sectors and working Australian and New Zealand listed entities were invited to participate in an online questionnaire. As in previous years, the research sought to identify the factors influencing the role played by investor relations. 

The Full results of the Survey are available free of charge to members who completed the survey and can be purchased by those who fall outside of this category. To access this report, please login to the website.

An Executive Summary is FREE to:

All AIRA members who did not complete the survey questionnaire, and
to non-members who completed the survey questionnaire. 

Price $450.00

Conducted annually, AIRA 2016 Investor Relations Remuneration & Responsibilities study provides insights for investor relations practitioners and their colleagues in publicly listed companies about job scopes, remuneration practices and trends.  It is invaluable in assisting practitioners to: benchmark remuneration; identify factors important to recruiting IR practitioners; and, managing IR practitioners and their teams.

Price $200.00

Conducted annually, AIRA 2016 Investor Relations Remuneration & Responsibilities study provides insights for investor relations practitioners and their colleagues in publicly listed companies about job scopes, remuneration practices and trends.  It is invaluable in assisting practitioners to: benchmark remuneration; identify factors important to recruiting IR practitioners; and, managing IR practitioners and their teams.

Price $450.00

This study is conducted by the Australasian Investor Relations Association (AIRA) to provide insights to investor relations practitioners and their colleagues in publicly listed companies into IR job scopes, remuneration practices and trends. 

There are two versions of this report:

Executive Summary - available free of charge to all members and non-members who completed the survey.  To access this report, please login to the website.
Full Report - is available to members who completed the survey free of charge.

Members who did not complete the survey and non-members are able to purchase the full report.

Price $450.00

Every two years, the Australasian Investor Relations Association (AIRA) conducts a detailed survey of investor relations practices, preferences and trends. In November, investor relations practitioners from ASX 200 and NZ 50 companies representing all industry sectors and working Australian and New Zealand listed entities were invited to participate in an online questionnaire. As in previous years, the research sought to identify the factors influencing the role played by investor relations. The Full results of the Survey are available free of charge to members who completed the survey and can be purchased by those who fall outside of this category.

This study is conducted by the Australasian Investor Relations Association (AIRA) to provide insights to investor relations practitioners and their colleagues in publicly listed companies into  IR job scopes, remuneration practices and trends. This publication is free of charge to AIRA members, and is available for non-members to purchase.

Price $450.00

In order to accurately update the AIRA Best Practice Investor Relations: Guidelines for Australasian Listed Entities, AIRA sought the view of S&P/ASX 200 companies as to how they manage Blackout Periods and Monitor Consensus within their respective companies.

Price $68.18

This study is conducted by the Australasian Investor Relations Association (AIRA) to provide insights for investor relations practitioners and their colleagues in publicly listed companies about job scopes, remuneration practices and trends.  This publication is free of charge to AIRA members and is available for non-members to purchase.

Price $450.00

The analysis used annual report shareholder data aggregated by Morningstar, to document the composition of share ownership in Australia during the period 2002 to 2011. The sample included companies included in the S&P/ASX 300 Index at any time during this period.

Thank you again for participating in the 2012 Remuneration Survey this year, your time and effort is much appreciated.  Click to download and view the full report.

This study is conducted by the Australasian Investor Relations Association (AIRA) to provide insights for investor relations practitioners and their colleagues in publicly listed companies about job scopes, remuneration practices and trends.

This publication is available free of charge to AIRA members who completed the survey.  AIRA members who did not complete the survey and for non-members you are able to purchase a copy of the publication by clicking here:
Members rate to purchase the Full 2012 Remuneration Study 
Non-Member member rate to purchase the Full 2012 Remuneration Study

Every two years, the Australasian Investor Relations Association (AIRA) conducts a detailed survey of investor relations practices, preferences and trends. In April / May 2012, investor relations practitioners representing all industry sectors and working in ASX 200 listed
entities were invited to participate in an online questionnaire. This year 60 responses were received from companies representing entities from Australia and New Zealand listed on
the Australian Securities Exchange. As in previous years, the research sought to identify the factors influencing the role played by investor relations.

Price $575.00

This study is conducted by the Australasian Investor Relations Association (AIRA) to provide insights for investor relations practitioners and their colleagues in publicly listed companies about job scopes, remuneration practices and trends.

Price $495.00

AIRA, together with a number of related global organisations representing investor relations professionals, have undertaken perception research to ascertain the perceived impact of investor relations on the valuation of equities.

In February 2011 a survey was conducted of 150 Investor Relations Practitioners working in ASX 200 listed companies. The purpose was to seek information about their budgets and time allocation for Investor Relations (IR) activities and the ways these were likely to change in 2011.  The results of the survey provide a snapshot of trends in the practice of Investor Relations; to help IR practitioners guide their  planning for 2011 and give some comparison of the practices of others. 
The purpose of the study is to provide insights for investor relations practitioners and their colleagues in publicly listed companies, about job scopes, remuneration practices and trends. The study provides data for: • Benchmarking remuneration • Identifying factors important to recruiting IR practitioners; and • Managing IR practitioners and IR teams.

Price $395.00

This research is conducted to gain insight into how retail investors in Australia and New
Zealand are using electronic communications for investment activities. The survey was updated this year to include questions on social media, an area that has rapidly grown since the last AIRA electronic communications survey was conducted in 2007.

Price $350.00

The recognition of the importance of investor relations activities is seen in the results of the AIRA IR Intentions Survey for 2010, the majority of IR practitioner respondents intend to allocate more time to IR activities this year. Listed Entities are making developments to IR programmes in 2010, with numerous respondents stating the addition of new activities including investor days, strategy updates and site tours.

Price $75.00

Free to members | $195 (+GST) non-members
The Paper explores issues associated with consensus estimates and is essentially divided into two parts, preceded by a summary of the Key Points, namely:
Part 1: A discussion of the ASX listing rule on continuous disclosure and how this impacts on earnings forecasts and consensus.
Part 2: An examination of the current market practices for companies in Australia and a look behind the consensus forecasts regularly referred to by analysts and the [business] media to explore issues associated with their calculation.

Price $195.00

The purpose of the study is to provide insights for investor relations practitioners and their colleagues in publicly listed companies, about job scopes, remuneration practices and trends. The study provides data for: • Benchmarking remuneration • Identifying factors important to recruiting IR practitioners; and • Managing IR practitioners and IR teams.

Price $395.00

Report compiled by Bank on New York Mellon

Free to members | $395 + GST non-Members
The purpose of the study is to provide insights for investor relations practitioners and their colleagues in publicly listed companies, about job scopes, remuneration practices and trends. The study provides data for: • Benchmarking remuneration • Identifying factors important to recruiting IR practitioners; and • Managing IR practitioners and IR teams.

Price $395.00

This report is part of a landmark study of investor relations conducted by the Australasian Investor Relations Association supported by PricewaterhouseCoopers. The research explores current investor relations practices, preferences and trends. It looks at the role investor relations plays in a company, how this is changing, as well as new influences on the practice of investor relations, including the rise of electronic communication and environmental, social and governance, led by climate change.

An insight into the views of Australian non-executive Directors

The purpose of the study is to provide insights for investor relations practitioners and their colleagues in publicly listed companies, about job scopes, remuneration practices and trends. The study provides data for: • Benchmarking remuneration • Identifying factors important to recruiting IR practitioners; and • Managing IR practitioners and IR teams.

Price $395.00

Free to members | $250 + GST for non-members
The Australasian Investor Relations Association is pleased to present findings from its first-ever survey on retail shareholders' preferences regarding electronic communication vehicles such as investor websites, online annual reports, webcasts and conference calls.

The purpose of the study is to provide insights for investor relations practitioners and their colleagues in publicly listed companies, about job scopes, remuneration practices and trends. The study provides data for: • Benchmarking remuneration • Identifying factors important to recruiting IR practitioners; and • Managing IR practitioners and IR teams.

Results of AIRA Survey on Annual Reports and Electronic Communication

To view the results of the snap poll AIRA recently conducted regarding One-on-One Meetings please click on the above title.

With Corporations Act changes regarding the reduced time in which a company must report following half year or full year end now in force, AIRA conducted a snap poll of its members and IRO's from the top 300 companies to ascertain what impact the shortened reporting period had on reporting company results.

Price $75.00

Despite the reported high levels of retail share ownership in Australia, surprisingly little is known about the composition of share ownership and how this composition differs across different types of stocks and different industries. To date, knowledge of share ownership and trends in ownership have been restricted to the information provided in the ASX Share Ownership Survey.

This study has been designed to uncover the information needs of institutional investors and broking analysts, to help our members better understand the impact of communication with analysts on a company’s rating and to identify the most effective sources of communication between listed company’s and analysts. To download a copy of the Full Report, please click on the publication title above.

This Survey has been designed to look at the role of IR in terms of position within the company and the way in which IROs communicate with the market in order to obtain a good understanding of current IR practice in Australasia. This survey replaces the existing survey on IR Practices which was last conducted in 2002. As this is the first year the survey has followed this format, trends have been compared against expectations rather than against previous results.

Price $575.00

To assist the AIRA Board to determine how the Association can best help members, we conducted an online survey of members to canvass their views about the issues and challenges that investor relations professionals face. We also invited members to express their ideas for the next stage of AIRA's development.

The survey was designed to find out how investor relations is practiced in Australia and New Zealand in 2002; uncover trends in investor relations practices; and ascertain how practitioners are using technology to facilitate IR.

Price $195.00

The results of this survey are designed to paint a clear picture of the typical investor relations officer and the nature of the investor relations industry in 2002.

Price $100.00