Mitchell to Lead IR Practice at Dix & Eaton
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Mitchell to Lead IR Practice at Dix & Eaton

Dix & Eaton has named Debbie Mitchell, a senior managing director of the firm and a member of its board of directors, to head its investor relations practice. Mitchell led IR programs Limited Brands, Intimate Brands, and Wendy’s International.

Paul Holmes

CLEVELAND—Dix & Eaton has named Debbie Mitchell, a senior managing director of the firm and a member of its board of directors, to head its investor relations practice.  Mitchell, a former chair of the National Investor Relations Institute, created and led IR and communication programs at Limited Brands, Intimate Brands, and Wendy’s International.

Investor relations specialists at D&E provide public companies with strategic counsel on a wide range of issues, including program planning and messaging, public disclosure, financial communications, investor targeting, perception studies, online investor relations, and transactions such as IPOs, mergers, acquisitions and divestitures.

Mitchell has IR experience in fostering strong relationships with investors and sell-side analysts; the analysis of  investor perception, stock performance and valuation , investor and analyst targeting, investment community/broker meetings, presentations, annual reports, websites, corporate governance, issues management, acquisitions, divestitures, initial public offerings and post-IPO identity building, turnaround situations, and programs for developing earned media programs.

As vice president, communications and investor relations for Intimate Brands—parent of the Bath & Body Works and Victoria’s Secret brands—she created the communications and IR organization and developed an integrated communications program that leveraged the activities and prospects of the corporation and its brands and encompassed creative outreach programs to both print and electronic media.

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