No other magazine in Canada has better access to the C-suite than Listed. While most business magazines are written for the lowest common denominator, Listed magazine is written exclusively for the senior executives and board members of Canadian listed companies. It communicates the stories and perspectives that are important to them as members of the listed community and is a forum for ideas and issues relevant to anyone running a listed Canadian company.
The editorial focus includes corporate finance, legal and regulatory affairs, corporate strategy, investor relations, governance, exchanges, the economy, public affairs, compensation, productivity tools and sector analysis. Listed features interviews with leading business and political personalities, as well as first-person viewpoints from members of the listed community. The presentation is lively, authoritative, intelligent and strategic.
As a quarterly, Listed does not attempt to be a breaking news source, but it tackles topics that are current and relevant to its audience. The articles delve deeply into issues, helping Listed readers make sense of the complex and demanding environment in which they operate.
Each issue of Listed is anchored by in-depth features–profiles, trend stories, how-tos, narratives–and a feature-length Special Report on key topics.
Fast-paced stories, interviews, stats and graphics, focusing on news, newsmakers, trends, events, sectors and other hot-button topics.
Columns and commentary from influential industry insiders and observers tackling tough, critical subjects–executive compensation, investor relations, environmental affairs, corporate finance and more.
Hands-on advice, profiles, case studies, reviews and practical know-how covering everything from BlackBerries to boardroom politics.
Quarterly economic outlook, news/event calendar, a strategic planner’s crib sheet to the issues, people, companies, stats that will make news or drive decisions in the months ahead.
Spring Q1 (Director and Executive Education): Our Spring 2012 Special Report looks at the programs and options currently on offer,
trends in content and teaching methods, and spotlights the benefits and potential rewards for public companies and their stakeholders.
Summer Q2 (Corporate Communications and Investor Relations): Large or small, successful public firms are proactive rather
than reactive when it comes to telling their stories and putting their best face forward to investors, the media, regulators and the
public at large. This Special Report serves up advice from the experts and looks at best practices from the listed company arena.
Fall Q3 (Proxy Season): Good shareholder relations are a year-round activity, but fall is the time when most companies take stock of
their relationships, start laying plans for next year’s AGM and do their preparations for proxy season. Our Special Report includes tips,
tactics and a look at expected new trends and developments in the all-important proxy world for 2013.
Fall Q3 (Risk Management): Regulators demand it, shareholders insist on it and, frankly, no company should overlook it. There is no
excuse for being unprepared for possible negative exposure and harmful consequences in a company’s core business, to its financials
or its reputation. Our Special Report looks at the trends and latest tactics in risk management and at the ever-changing regulatory
and competitive landscape in this critical area.
Winter Q4 (Mergers and Acquisitions): As 2012 comes to a close, we take stock of the year’s biggest deals and dealmakers on the
Canadian scene. The companies, the investment banks, the legal advisers: who did what with—or to—whom, what were the dominant
trends, the overall numbers and which companies and executives were the big winners.
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Listed magazine reaches the top echelons of Canadian public company management. The readership consists of board members, CEOs, CFOs, COOs, Corporate Secretaries, Legal Counsels, Presidents, Vice Presidents and Investor Relations professionals. Addressed by name, title and company, Listed is mailed to over 10,000 directors and C-suite executives.