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IIRC Newsletter

9 February 2018 in Newsletter

The latest news and developments. In this newsletter published February 2018: Register today: IIRC Global Conference 2018 Call to academic institutions to get involved IIRC reacts to High Level Expert Group on Sustainable Finance call for greater integration IIRC appointed to 2018 B20 Task Force Who’s feeding the goose? Jonathan Labrey, Chief Strategy Officer, IIRC, …

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International Integrated Reporting Council reacts to High Level Expert Group on Sustainable Finance call for greater integration

31 January 2018 in IIRC's news

The International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) has welcomed the call from the High-Level Expert Group on Sustainable Finance for European action towards greater integration in corporate reporting. The Group, which released its final report today, has called on the European Commission to “place greater emphasis on the need to integrate non-financial information” in the EU …

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IIRC announces invitation to tender to support <IR> Academic Network

31 January 2018

The IIRC is today announcing an invitation to tender to academic institutions to help facilitate collaboration and exchange among academics on matters relating to Integrated Reporting. The <IR> Academic Network provides a space for connecting theory and practice by bridging academia to those who directly prepare and benefit from integrated reports. The IIRC is looking for …

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Live From Davos: Beginning To Meet Global Goals

25 January 2018 in IIRC's news

This was first published by International Accounting Bulletin on 25 Jan 2018. The world has agreed global goals, so it is natural that the world’s pre-eminent business forum is debating them. Much of the last 24 hours for the IIRC has involved a series of meetings on how corporate reporting can genuinely support the Sustainable …

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Live From Davos: Will There Be A New Financial Crisis?

24 January 2018 in IIRC's news

This was first published by International Accounting Bulletin on 24 Jan 2018. That was the topic running through many of yesterday’s Davos debates. It was investors who most talked of the risks: The Carlyle Group identifying so-called ‘black swans’ or unanticipated risks such as a new global health pandemic; M&G Investments warned of the possibility …

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Live From Davos: Day 1, Aiming For Visibility Out Of The Blizzard

23 January 2018 in IIRC's news

This was first published by International Accounting Bulletin on 23 Jan 2018. This is the third time I’ve attended the World Economic Forum and, for all the talk of glitz and glamour, the word being mentioned most amongst new arrivals is: “snow”. There’s a lot of it. Indeed an avalanche warning meant my train to …

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We need to understand impacts better

22 January 2018 in Blog posts

My new book, The Company Citizen, argues that the problems of the planet, nation and community can’t be resolved without the active engagement of business, alongside other sectors – and furthermore, that a business case can be made for that activity. A legitimate question arises: ‘How do we know what impact is being delivered?’ And …

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Sustainable Brands: Global Leaders Convene to Identify Multi-Stakeholder Approach to Address the SDGs

19 January 2018 in IIRC's news

Sustainability is at risk. And whilst the risks that go beyond climate change may be less well-understood, they are just as pressing. That was the message at the first meeting of the European Union’s Multi-Stakeholder Platform on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) on 10 January in Brussels. The International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) is serving …

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