Emira scoops 'good disclosure' award

Posted On Thursday, 06 May 2010 02:00 Published by eProp Commercial Property News
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Property unit trust company, Emira Property Fund, has won the Investment Analyst Society’s (IAS) 2009 award for the best presentation to its members for companies with a market capitalisation of less than R5bn

James TempletonA delighted Emira CEO, James Templeton, says he is extremely proud to have been given this award by the IAS, which is the leading analyst and investor organization in South Africa.

Maintains Templeton: “Our success can be attributed to Emira continuously seeking to provide its shareholders with information that is up-to-date and relevant. We believe that Emira is an attractive investment opportunity and we constantly seek ways to convey this message to the investing public.”

Templeton says that while operational performance is important to shareholders, equally important is the need to clearly communicate this performance to shareholders. Accurate communication of a company’s performance helps ensure that this performance is reflected in the share price and also helps attract a wider group of investors as shareholders in the company.

“Good investor relations,” he adds, “is always about honesty and transparency.”

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