Increasing liquidity is the main objective of Investor Relations departments in Brazil, in contrast to companies worldwide, whose main goal is to connect with existing investors. This is one of the main conclusions of the survey on investor relations practices carried out by BNY Mellon, global leader in investment management and investment services. The study “Global Trends in Investor Relations” reaches its tenth edition, encompassing 550 companies in 54 countries, of which 48 are in Brazil. The poll was carried out from February-April 2015.
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