This is an extract from the letter published by the Financial Times.
Integrated reporting at the heart of Japanese success
From Richard Howitt, IIRC
Sir, Leo Lewis is right (“Code gives Abe a rare reason to be cheerful”, November 1) that Japan’s recently introduced corporate governance and stewardship codes have been “one of the most unambiguous successes of Abenomics”. Not only has this corporate governance revolution helped to unlock the deep value of Japan’s companies, which are among the most innovative in the world, it has created a language for improved dialogue between management and investors, enhancing trust and inspiring long-termism.