Equity Investor Relations and Debt Investor Relations

Equity Investor Relations and Debt Investor Relations

In this video, Ronan explores the nature of equity IR and debt IR, as well as examines the specific goals and objectives of each. He further explains the differences between the two.
Overview

Investors engage with companies either by investing in a company’s stock or lending money to an entity. IR has evolved into 2 separate headings - Equity IR and Debt IR. Each has a different investment focus, managed by different portfolio managers. In this video we will look at both of these in detail and understand their respective goals and responsibilities.

Key learning objectives:

  • Understand the goals and responsibilities of Equity IR

  • Understand the goals and responsibilities of Debt IR

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Ronan White

Ronan White

Ronan has over 30 years’ experience in senior management roles across the financial services sector in Ireland and the UK. His career spans treasury, capital markets, investor relations, corporate lending, corporate communications, marketing, and compliance. He currently works in Dublin with InCol Limited a mortgage sector, financial solutions business focusing on the UK, Irish and Benelux markets, and with its sister company, DFinitive Capital, a financial aggregator originating capital markets funding for the social and affordable housing sector in Ireland. Ronan serves as Non-executive Chairman of Moneycorp Technologies Limited (MTL), the Irish based regulated subsidiary of Moneycorp Group. MTL operates the group’s EU business. Prior to InCol and DFinitive Ronan worked with National Australia Bank in London and prior to that he was with Anglo Irish Bank (Dublin and London), the Woodchester Group (a consumer finance business owned by GE Capital and before that by Credit Lyonnais) (Dublin and London) and with Allied Irish Banks (Dublin). Ronan is a Fellow of Chartered Accountants Ireland having trained with KPMG where he specialised in reconstruction and insolvency assignments. He is a graduate of University College Dublin with a B. Comm. He holds the FT Non-Executive Director Diploma.

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