The actions of some investors can have a profound effect on the decisions of others. Understanding how investor peer influence affects a company’s investor base provides invaluable intelligence as companies attempt to manage and develop their shareholder register.
Irithmics estimates the influence institutional investors may exert over other investors, providing companies with an enhanced understanding of their influential and strategically important investors.
Investors are not all alike, but they do have similarities. These similarities often help explain common behaviour, outlook or portfolio composition and adjustment.
For listed companies, understanding investor similarity provides a powerful perspective into the development and presentation of an investment case tailored to the specifics of individual investors. These insights assist companies to evolve strategic and tactical campaigns, profile investors and develop a well-diversified and curated shareholder register.