CIRI names four eminent investor relations professionals as Fellows
TORONTO – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Today, the Canadian Investor Relations Institute (CIRI), Canada’s national association representing investor relations professionals, announced that the 2021 CIRI Fellows are:
Meghan Brown, Vice President, Investor Relations, Aris Gold Corporation;
Erica Belling, Director, Investors and Financial Communications, CIBC;
Jennifer McCaughey, Vice President, Investor Relations, Maison Brison Communications; and
Alison Trollope, CPIR, Director, 44 years strategic.
The CIRI Fellowship Program was launched in 2015 to recognize leaders in the investor relations profession who, through their accomplishments, distinguish 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. Winning the title of F.CIRI, the CIRI Fellow is the highest honor bestowed on investor relations professionals in Canada.
“| “Throughout their illustrious careers, they have been actively involved in the investor relations community and in CIRI, demonstrating their leadership and advancing the stature of the investor relations profession. We look forward to celebrating their careers and contributions at the CIRI Virtual Annual Conference on June 14, 15 and 16.
This year’s CIRI fellows will be honored at the award ceremony on Tuesday, June 15, as part of the 34e Annual Investor Relations Conference.
CIRI is a non-profit professional association of executives responsible for communication between public companies, investors and the financial community. The CIRI contributes to the transparency and integrity of Canadian financial markets by advancing the practice of investor relations, the professional competence of its members and the stature of the profession. With nearly 500 members and four sections across the country, CIRI is the voice of IRs in Canada. For more information, please visit CIRI.org.