Public companies use their investor relations websites to conveniently disseminate important corporate news and information, and many investors and other interested parties in turn rely on those websites as a primary source of such news and information. Whether a company is just preparing to go public or is already well-established as a public company, building and maintaining an investor relations website requires compliance with myriad Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regulations and stock exchange listing rules. This article provides ten tips to consider when developing and updating a public company’s investor relations website. To continue reading the full article, click here.

This article was originally published on Bloomberg Law