Senior Investor Relations Officer / Investor Relations Officer
Town Health was established in 1989 and is one of the largest healthcare groups with the longest history in Hong Kong. The Group’s shares migrated from the GEM board and listed on the Main Board of...Know more
Assist in the planning and implementation of investor relations and media relations activities such as investor meetings, press conferences, investment forums, corporate road shows, etc.
Assist in preparing presentation materials and corporate collateral such as the Chairman’s Statement & MD&A of interim/annual reports, PPT presentations, brochures, videos, press releases, articles, speeches, Q&A, newsletters, etc.
Conduct in-depth market research on key industry trends and prepare industry analysis
Prepare competitive landscape analysis and benchmarking and provide valuable inputs to the Group’s growth strategies
Degree in Finance, Economics, Communication, Business Administration or related disciplines
5 years’ working experience in Investor Relations, Accounting, Finance, preferably gained in listed companies, financial PR agencies, financial institutions or investment banking
Experience and knowledge in healthcare or pharmaceutical industry an advantage
Strong interpersonal, analytical and presentation skills
Excellent command of both written and spoken English and Chinese (including Putonghua)
Proficiency in Chinese word processing and Microsoft Office
* Candidates with less experience will be considered as Investor Relations Officer
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