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October Newsletter

31 October 2014 in Newsletter

In this issue: IIRC calls on G20 to endorse B20 recommendations Mark Carney declares support for <IR> Japanese Government endorses <IR> IIRC Working Group wraps up New Climate Economy Report: Businesses should adopt <IR> Framework <IR> at the World Congress of Accountants Global Management Accounting Principles

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Carney: Integrated Reporting provides chance to address “tragedy of horizons” – the great risk to economic stability today

28 October 2014 in Blog posts

Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England and Chairman of the Financial Stability Board of the G20, introduced a new phrase into the lexicon of economic risk management when he addressed an Integrated Reporting themed seminar at the World Bank recently: the “tragedy of horizons”. This is the market failure brought about by the …

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Australian Financial Review: Can accountants save the planet?

27 October 2014 in In the news

In October 2010, journalist Jonathan Watts reported from the United Nations Biodiversity Conference in Nagoya, Japan, an apparently anomalous phenomenon: the arrival of “money men” at a forum previously reserved for nature lovers. Where flora and fauna once prevailed, now “natural capital”, “biological resources” and “eco-financing” predominated. What were accountants doing at a conference on …

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The Accountant: Integrated Reporting – tackling the director liability challenge

22 October 2014 in In the news

The potential legal liability arising from forward-looking disclosures gives ammunition to those who are hostile towards <IR> to delay adoption until the regulatory environment becomes more conducive to change, writes CPA Australia chief executive Alex Malley The Integrated Reporting <IR> Framework released by the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) in December 2013, is appropriately principle-based. …

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BusinessDay TV: Integrated Reporting

21 October 2014 in In the news

Integrated Reporting Made Simple is in its third season, with host Leigh Roberts speaking to expert guests on the latest in corporate reporting trends and the practical implementation of Integrated Reporting. Watch the series here.

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BusinessDay TV: Doing Business in the 21st Century

21 October 2014 in In the news

Professor Mervyn King and Leigh Roberts take part in a weekly discussion with two high profile experts to discuss issues around the four corporate tools for doing business in the 21st century. This derived from their book ‘Integrated: Doing Business in the 21st Century’ Watch the series here.

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BDlive: Surveys show mining firms leading in social investment

16 October 2014 in In the news

TWO new corporate social investment surveys give mining companies the best marks of all listed stocks for their corporate social investments, suggesting the sector is doing a much better job of living up to societal expectations since the Marikana tragedy in 2012. According to data by Integrated Reporting and Assurance Services (Iras) on Friday the …

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IFAC: Integrated Reporting – Seizing the Opportunity to Lead

15 October 2014 in In the news

As a result of the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC)’s Framework being issued in December 2013, integrated reporting has truly begun to take off around the world. But there are still many organizations that are nervous about taking the first steps into this new world of reporting. So why did ACCA decide to move toward …

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