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<IR> Insurance Network: Getting to grips with <IR>

3 February 2015

The <IR> Insurance Network was set up just over five months ago. We wanted it to be very practical – a network that would help companies get to grips with the realities of Integrated Reporting (and not just the theory!). Just to give you the background – the IIRC first floated the idea of an …

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Public Sector Pioneer Network update

3 February 2015

This will be the first in regular series of blogs I will be doing to chart the work of the Public Sector Pioneer Network (the Pioneer Network), which is being run by the IIRC in collaboration with the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA). I will look at how the Pioneer Network is …

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Uantchern’s takeaways from SAC’s first Annual Report

3 February 2015

It was June 2014, time to think about and produce the very first Singapore Accountancy Commission (SAC) Annual Report. Two facts were glaringly apparent – There was no precedence and the SAC is a statutory body formed less than 2 years ago. My question to them and to myself: What should be our message? Who is our …

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Contextual reporting connects the Integrated Report to company data

3 February 2015

It used to be that the only information available on a company was the information made available by the company. Typically, this information was delivered in the form of an annual report. Although annual reports got larger and weightier, today they are no longer the only source of information about a company. Instead, we get …

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A five-step guide to kick starting Integrated Reporting

23 January 2015

New year, new start. Perhaps this year your company needs to implement Integrated Reporting, or it’s a change you’ve been thinking of making for a while. Like so many resolutions the most daunting thing is figuring out where to start. Below are five steps to get you going on the right path. Put together your …

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Creating value for the board

7 January 2015

Corporate reporting, and the thinking that has to accompany it, are boardroom issues. This is where strategy, performance and the development and communication of long-term value are best understood, aligned and led. This view is endorsed by the International Corporate Governance Network (ICGN) whose revised Global Governance Principles now include the recommendation that boards should …

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World accountancy congress paves way to adoption

20 November 2014

Important themes were raised during the World Congress of Accountants in Rome, attended by 4,000 people from 150 countries. But two of the most pressing issues, frequently cited by leaders from all sectors, were planning for the long term and making effective use of data and technology. These illustrate a shift in outlook in business …

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Integrated Reporting and the independence debate

3 October 2014

Over the last few weeks, and particularly the last weekend, the eyes of the world have been on Scotland – a country of just over 5 million people.  Today we are absorbing the result of the historic referendum campaign and the decision of the Scottish people to reject independence and remain part of the United …

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The stepping stones towards more forward looking corporate reporting

26 August 2014

Why company directors have nothing to lose, and everything to gain, from future oriented disclosure  I have found it a startling fact that around 60% of Apple’s revenue last year was generated from products that did not exist four years ago – a reflection of the speed and pace of change we are seeing in …

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