An investor relations professional in any company is responsible for creating and presenting a constantly applied investment message to the investment community for the company, and for monitoring and presenting to administration the outlook of the investment community on the subject of the company’s performance.

An attractive Cover Letter for Investor Relations Job is always desirable with a job application. Look at the following example to get the idea of making a letter of your own.


Sample Cover Letter for Investor Relations Job


55 Example Street
Houston TX 65555

October 25, 2011

Mr. John Doe,
Human Resource Manager
ABC Investment Company
11 Example Avenue
Houston TX 99999


Dear Mr. Doe:

Your Investor Relations position demands the skills, capacity, and work ethic that I have developed as an Investor Relations Officer at my previous company. An accounting graduate with a double major in Accounts and Finance, 5+ years experience in managing an investor relations department and the talent to work together with the executive team, I am enthusiastic to leverage my qualifications and experience to contribute to your bottom line.

Based on my understanding of your Investor Relations position and ABC Investment Company, here are the aspects of my experience and background that seem most relevant to meet your needs:

• Set up the best type and mix of shareholders, and creates that mix from side to side to a variety of targeting initiatives.
• Monitor operational changes through continuing contacts with corporation management, and develop shareholder relations messages based on these changes.
• Perform a complete spirited analysis, counting financial metrics and differentiation.
• Develop and check performance metrics for the investor relations function.
• Build up and maintain company’s investor relations plan.

As you look for a candidate who can acclimatize and contribute to your different financial teams, I hope you will consider my credentials. I can be contacted at (999) 999-9999. Thank you for your time and consideration.



Sara K. Hillary