Investor relations professionals spend a good portion of their time communicating with external audiences – buy-side analysts, portfolio managers, sell-side analysts, retail…
Vice President, MSAcc
As a member of Dix & Eaton’s investor relations practice, Kellie Friery develops and executes communication messages, strategies and programs to support corporate executives in effectively positioning their companies with investors, security analysts and business media.
She is actively involved in project management, message development and creative implementation of her clients’ investor communications strategies, including annual reports, investor presentations, earnings releases and conference calls. She is adept at anticipating and managing the various aspects of complex projects and measuring the impact and outcomes of her clients’ strategies.
Before joining Dix & Eaton in 2005, Kellie was a senior auditor with Ernst & Young, LLP in Cleveland. In this role, she assisted in financial statement audits and provided regulatory guidance to Fortune 500 companies in the insurance and financial services industries.
Kellie graduated cum laude from the University of Notre Dame with bachelor’s and master’s degrees in accountancy. While at Notre Dame, she co-authored a case study, “Arthur Andersen, LLP: An Accounting Firm in Crisis,” which is currently part of the curriculum at several universities. Kellie is a member of the National Investor Relations Institute and the Notre Dame Club of Cleveland and is an inactive CPA.
- Investor relations strategy and program development
- M&A transactions, IPOs and restructurings
- Annual reports
Professional and community involvement:
- Background in accounting and finance
- National Investor Relations Institute
- International Women’s Insolvency and Restructuring Confederation
- Notre Dame Club of Cleveland
Recent Posts from Kellie
As the first-quarter earnings season gets underway, now is a great time to assess whether your company is communicating as effectively as it can with its earnings…
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