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Odgers Berndston: CFO – The Superheroes of Tomorrow?

30 April 2015 in In the news

Needless to say, we live on a planet facing a crisis on all fronts; food, water, energy, weather, employment, population and wealth distribution. Many believe the world is at a critical crossroads and urgent action is needed. If you consider that in 2012 more than half of the largest 150 economies in the world were …

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Building trust by communicating transparently

30 April 2015 in Blog posts

I was reading an article featured in the ACCA’s Accounting Futures magazine recently, which highlighted the importance of the Board and in particular, the CEO, in building trust. This has been evidenced through the Edelman’s Trust Barometer, which examines trust on a global scale, and I have to say it is a really interesting read, …

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Tell your value creation story using the Integrated Reporting Framework

21 April 2015 in Blog posts

Businesses need to account for their consumption – and generation – of all types of resource Post the global financial crisis an increasing number of CEOs recognised the need to rebuild trust by broadening their strategic communications to a much wider set of stakeholders than just their shareholders, telling a coherent story of the resources consumed …

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Professor Kunio Ito of Hitotsubashi University becomes Ambassador for Integrated Reporting

16 April 2015 in News releases

Professor Kunio Ito of Hitotsubashi University in Japan has become an Ambassador for Integrated Reporting <IR> – a move welcomed by the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC). A well respected government advisor, Professor Ito has been instrumental in the adoption of <IR> in Japan, where the Japan Investor Relations Association estimates that around 130 Japanese …

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<IR> Banking Network Chairman, Mikkel Larsen delves into integrated thinking

13 April 2015 in Blog posts

Introduction According to the International Integrated Reporting Framework, the IIRC’s long-term vision is: “a world in which integrated thinking is embedded within mainstream business practice in the public and private sectors, facilitated by Integrated Reporting (<IR>) as the corporate reporting norm.”   The vision thus goes beyond preparing an ‘integrated report’. Its premise is that to create an integrated report a …

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Six Capitals v The Triple Bottom Line

8 April 2015 in Blog posts

The relative merits of the Six Capitals v The Triple Bottom Line may be questioned as reflecting a distinction between Integrated Reporting and Sustainability Reporting. I would argue that we can’t have one without the other. Let me explain. Six capitals v the triple bottom line The GRI has pioneered a form on triple bottom …

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Integrated Reporting: 2014 in reflection

7 April 2015 in Blog posts

2014 was a busy and fruitful year in Singapore’s Integrated Reporting journey, with efforts by ISCA and supporters to further raise awareness and promote the importance and necessity of <IR> to the future of corporate reporting. Organisations exist for a variety of reasons, among which is to carry out an important mission of creating value. …

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March Newsletter

1 April 2015 in Newsletter

In this issue: <IR> networks worldwide now have over 750 participants <IR> Academic Network Public Sector Pioneer Network moves forward <IR> Technology Initiative gets underway <IR> Banking Network Chairman, Mikkel Larsen, delves into integrated thinking

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<IR> Technology Initiative gets underway

30 March 2015 in IIRC's news

At the first face-to-face meeting of the <IR> Technology Initiative on 18 March 2015 in London, participants in this new <IR> Network decided to focus their joint attention on producing an initial report, ‘Technology blueprint to support Integrated Reporting‘. This blueprint is intended for use by companies who want to make their Integrated Reporting processes …

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