Bahrain Bourse in Cooperation with MEIRA Hold a Meeting for MEIRA Chapter Members

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Bahrain Bourse in Cooperation with MEIRA Hold a Meeting for MEIRA Chapter Members

Bahrain Bourse in cooperation with Middle East Investor Relations Association “MEIRA” held a virtual meeting on 4th Nov. 2020 for Middle East Investor Relations Association “MEIRA” Bahrain Chapter members to update them on Bahrain’s Chapter and recent trending IR topics.
The meeting discussed the infrastructure behind Investor Relations, and the increasing importance of digital transformation in IR. The meeting also presented an effective methodology for the reporting cycle of the Annual Report, and concluded with an open discussion addressing questions from the attendees.

Marwa AlMaskati, Director of Marketing & Business Development and MEIRA – Bahrain Chapter Head said: “Since the establishment of Bahrain’s MEIRA Chapter last year, we are keen to keep our members abreast of the latest developments in IR by organizing regular meetings and workshops.  This will help us nurture the IR function in listed companies and implement best IR practices in Bahrain.”

Andrew Tarbuck, Chair of MEIRA said, “The MEIRA Bahrain Chapter continues to lead by example in setting the tone through the Bahrain Bourse, Chapter Head of MEIRA’s newest regional Chapter. It is so important for capital market development to have the Bourse at the heart of timely initiatives that serve to promote best practice investor relations among listed companies. On our part, MEIRA is proud to support such market-led efforts as we drive stakeholder value together.”

Bahrain Bourse and the Middle East Investor Relations Association (MEIRA) has officially launched the MEIRA chapter in Bahrain during April 2019 with the aim of developing and enhancing best practices in Investor Relations (IR) across the Kingdom of Bahrain.

The founding members of MEIRA chapter in Bahrain include Aluminium Bahrain (‘ALBA’), Bank ABC, Bahrain Telecommunications Company (‘Batelco’), Bahrain Bourse, Ithmaar Holding, National Bank of Bahrain, and SICO BSC (c).

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