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part 1: underpinnings of the new order 1 fundamentals of investor relations by donald allen, the allen group what's the point? background on corporate disclosure understanding disclosure and materiality creating and maintaining a disclosure policy regulation fair disclosure (reg fd) the softer side of corporate reporting the art of the message targeting the right audiences outreach to the investor need for flexibility and adaptability 2 ir for blue-chip companies: the new look by heather harper, hollis rafkin-sax, and bryce goodwin, edelman financial communications where are the blue chips hiding? a buyer's market return of the balance sheet playing defense investor relations today financial reporting and disclosures marketing the company's investment thesis corporate governance communications public presence outlook for the future 3 litigation ir and the duties of corporate disclosure and governance by theodore j. sawicki, esq., and scott p. hilsen, esq. alston & bird llp how we got here restatement change in investor demands the ir challenge 4 the ir-pr nexus by david silver, apr, silver public relations the new paradigm reputation gatekeepers key responsibilities regulation fd regulation g the need for coordinated ir and pr teams the rise of public relations the advent of investor relations today's integrated function part 2: ir implications for selected financing scenarios 5 sustained stock buybacks: an ir tool for mature companies by neil g. berkman, neil berkman associates the mergers fallacy why not buy back stock? advantages of a permanent repurchase program countering the counter-arguments float consideration 6 investor relations in m&a transactions by john f. hartigan, esq., morgan, lewis & bockius, llp regulation m-a business combinations proxy solicitations cash tender offers benefits of the amendments flexibility in timing investor access in tender offers potential risks created by the amendments antifraud provisions "plain english" requirement regulation fd scope