Recomendations for Issuers
With the following Recommendations for Issuers, Santiago Exchange and its Chairman Juan Andrés Camus seek to lay out the fundamental best practices that make up a successful Investor Relations Program. An effective information flow builds trust and helps support a more dynamic and transparent capital market. Close information gaps between issuers and investors by supporting our Recommendations. Be a catalyst for change and support this initiative.
Disclose financial information to the SVS and the Exchange during the hour prior to trading or in the two hours after the close.
Keep your shareholder base informed
Incorporate online share performance to your website and report financial and non-financial performance in English for enhanced stakeholder management.
Release an upcoming events calendar
Prepare and disclose on an annual basis (no later than January 31) calendar including reporting dates as well as other periodic filings and events. Sign-in to our eBox platform and upload all relevant information to your issuer section in our website.
Shape your footprint with Sustainability Reporting
Provide an integrated report that addresses issues such as company objectives, competitive positioning in sustainability and an overview of organizational initiatives relating to social, human and environmental capital.
Manage information flow
Empower investor-facing teams to clarify questions regarding the company on media outlets and align the market narrative to your business strategy.
Allow investors to track performance through earning calls
Hold quarterly earnings calls or webcasts to go over financial and operational results with senior management and provide guidance for future performance. Transcripts for the call should also be made available to participants and investors.
Promptly communicate material facts
Provide investors the tools needed for their investment analysis by promptly disclosing and communicating material facts to the market.
Head of Communications
Provide value by having you IR department communicate with company stakeholders with consistency, clarity, and candor. Having a department head should allow for a better understanding of your shareholder base and its changing interests.