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Integrated reporting is gaining traction in Mauritius

28 March 2018 in Blog posts

The first approved training sessions on the <IR> Framework have now taken place in Mauritius, the island state where integrated reporting continues to gain traction with major local companies. Ali Jamaloodeen, CEO, Ventures AA looks at the reason integrated reporting is proving popular. Around 35 participants took part in <IR> Training Courses held last November …

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Forbes: In praise of ExxonMobil’s reporting transparency

22 March 2018 in In the news

“My colleague and co-author, Mike Krzus, and I have just published a paper titled “Constructing ExxonMobil’s 2016 Integrated Report: An Experiment.” In it we describe how we constructed a 2016 integrated report for ExxonMobil based on documents the company has put in the public domain. This was an experiment. When we started it, we had …

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2018 address by Judge Professor Mervyn King, Chairman of the Council, IIRC

12 March 2018 in IIRC's news

The first industrial revolution, which began in the late 18th century, focused on the benefits of water and steam power to mechanize production. Machines started to be used instead of human or animal labour. Although there had been pollution prior to this time, the emissions from mechanised factories was the beginning of the dangerous anthropogenic …

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Australian Financial Review: Integrated reporting – telling the whole story has become the trend for business

12 March 2018 in In the news

“It is ironic that, going by the Edelman Trust Barometer, Australians do not trust business, when arguably, business tells the world more about itself than ever before. Although it is not required by law in this country, Australian companies have enthusiastically adopted the global trend toward integrated reporting, a practice that puts together information on …

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Watch now! Mainstreaming integrated reporting in the Middle East

9 March 2018 in IIRC's news

There is a growing demand for integrated reporting in the Middle East. Find out about how this is developing through this online discussion with the Middle East Investor Relations Association (MEIRA) and Smart Media. Industry experts taking part in the discussion: Richard Howitt, CEO, IIRC Alex MacDonald-Vitale, Chairman, MEIRA Vijith Kannangara, Founder and Chairman, Smart …

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LF4HE: Why explore integrated thinking and reporting? An interview with Newcastle University

5 March 2018 in In the news

Ten universities are participating in a year-long project to explore Integrated Thinking and Reporting. Kim Ansell, managing consultant, Leadership Foundation asks Richard Dale, executive director of finance, Newcastle University, why they are taking part, what they have already learned and what they expect to gain from it. What was the main driver which prompted you …

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IIRC Newsletter: Conference Special

1 March 2018

The IIRC Global Conference 2018 in collaboration with the International Corporate Governance Network took place on 28 February and 1 March 2018. Through this newsletter we share the highlights of the conference: Global governance and reporting bodies convene business and investor leaders to drive shift towards long-termism Research shows need for broader information for effective …

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Research Reveals Gaps in Reporting and Understanding Value Creation

28 February 2018 in Blog posts

As society and businesses change at an ever increasing rate, the information that companies need to capture and report is also changing, and existing accounting, information and reporting processes and systems are not up to the task. A new research report released by the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants[1], Black Sun and IIRC reveals …

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Integrated reporting and social accountability

13 February 2018 in Blog posts

The IIRC has for some time advocated the recognition of six, rather than the traditional three, forms of capital. Integrated Reporting <IR> requires formal inclusion of non-traditional (or public interest) forms of capital (natural, human and social) as well as standard commercial capital (financial, manufactured, and intellectual) in annual financial statements of capital position and …

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Who’s feeding the goose?

9 February 2018 in Blog posts

Jonathan Labrey, Chief Strategy Officer, IIRC, explores the key global trends that are driving a more inclusive and integrated economic model Davos is the annual meeting place for leaders in government, business and investment to discuss the political, economic, social and (increasingly) environmental challenges facing the world. It is where past assumptions are challenged – for …

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