Investor relations

As part of the Investor Relations (IR) sector, your role can encompass a wide range of expertise including finance, marketing, communication, and securities law compliance. As you are responsible for communicating information to a wide range of people, including shareholders, investors, the press and others who are interested in your company’s financial position, you may often find that you need your content translating into multiple languages to accommodate everyone.

This information is most likely very industry specific, involving complex terminology and highly complicated financial statements. At translate plus we only ever work with linguists that have previous experience and expertise within your specific industry, ensuring that whatever your content, you can rest assured it is correctly understood and translated in an accurate, clear and effective manner.

We often translate the following types of documents for our clients within IR:

  • shareholder meetings
  • press conferences and releases
  • investor relations sections of company websites
  • company annual reports
  • company policy on corporate governance or corporate social responsibility
  • marketing material and brochures
  • private meetings with investors

You may find yourself dealing with a crisis situation or handling some material that needs to be delivered across multiple languages within a very short deadline. We have the relevant resources available and a streamlined workflow process to guarantee top-quality results even when working towards very tight deadlines.

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