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Board Agenda: Let’s keep integrated reporting voluntary

13 January 2017 in In the news

Should integrated reporting be mandatory? It’s an interesting question, and one that cropped up at the ICGN/IIRC joint conference this week in London. It’s not a frivolous question; after all, if integrated reporting (IR) is good at persuading boards to develop strategy for long-term value creation, and if investors and economic reformers like long-term value, then …

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IIRC welcomes significant endorsement of Integrated Reporting by IFAC

11 January 2017 in IIRC's news

The International Federation of Accountants has released a paper stating that “Integrated Reporting is the way to achieve a more coherent corporate reporting system, fulfilling the need for a single report that provides a fuller picture of organizations’ ability to create value over time”. The paper sets out IFAC’s strong support for the IIRC and …

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Relational Capital – So What?

6 January 2017 in Blog posts

The idea that there is some hypothetical value in relationships is obvious to most people but it remains a vague idea for many companies and accountants.  Relational capital is a significant element of the International <IR> Framework but companies are only just learning to think fluently about it.  It functions very differently from the other …

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Illuminating value through best practice corporate reporting

5 January 2017 in Blog posts

The corporate reporting landscape is changing. As investors and other stakeholders demand more relevant disclosure in corporate reports, new legislation, frameworks and guidelines are pushing organisations towards broader definitions and discussions of value creation. In the UK, the preparation of strategic reports in line with Financial Reporting Council (FRC) guidance demands improvements in quality and …

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Integrated Thinking and Reporting in Practice

4 January 2017 in Blog posts

On November 17th and 18th  2016 over 250 delegates from Business and Academia attended in Rome the Integrated Thinking and Reporting in Practice Conference. Delegates from a large variety of Countries included a diverse group of leaders from business organizations, investment companies, rating agencies, professions and academia. Organized by LUISS University, The University of Roehampton …

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IIRC Newsletter – Highlights from 2016

20 December 2016 in Newsletter

In this newsletter: 2016: Breakthrough Year Market-led <IR> adoption and investor pull in 2016 The IIRC sets out its focus on dialogue and alignment – creating the conditions for system change in 2017 Organizations stepping up thinking, planning and reporting in 2016 International business leaders and investors collaborate for longer term value creation at the …

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International Accounting Bulletin: TCFD recommendations for climate related disclosure released

19 December 2016 in In the news

The Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) has published its first set of recommendation, which focuses on voluntary, decision-useful, climate-related disclosures required as part of mainstream financial filings. These recommendations are expected to support organisations in identifying and disclosing the kind of information investors, lenders and insurance underwriters require in properly assessing and pricing …

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PwC: Corporate reporting blog – Ianus, long-termism and the role of corporate reporting

16 December 2016 in In the news

By Superna Khosla, Integrated Reporting Policy Lead at PwC As we gallop towards the Christmas holidays, it feels like the corporate reporting world has just finished ‘peak conference’. For those connected with integrated reporting, there was a bit of a mini marathon last week with the IIRC-ICGN conference focusing on longer-term investment. With colleagues, I …

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Forbes: Reinforcing Reputation – Why Non-Financial Reporting Matters

15 December 2016 in In the news

Christopher Skroupa has interviewed Jennifer Crutchfield, Measurement and Reporting Lead, Adobe about Integrated Reporting. During the interview Crutchfield stated, “At Adobe, we actively follow and participate in conversations about integrated reporting, and earlier this year, we included climate change as a risk in our FY2015 Form 10-K, stating that “climate change may have a long-term …

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14 December 2016 in IIRC's news, News releases

The recommendation that companies should  ‘integrate’ their risk management in the face of the threat of climate change, made in the report from the Financial Stability Board Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures launched today (Wednesday 14 December), has been welcomed by the global coalition responsible for driving integrated reporting in the world. Richard Howitt, …

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