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Financial Director: The evolution of reporting.

11 April 2013 in In the news

If the financial crisis has taught us anything, it is that the way business works must change. An evolution is descending upon the community, in the way credit is provided, in the standards of financial reporting, in how auditors work, and in the way businesses communicate with their stakeholders. One term that was heard of …

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The Sustainability Report: Australian companies weigh in on Integrated Reporting pilot

4 April 2013 in In the news

Using the prototype integrated reporting (IR) framework released by the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) has yielded better communication between internal stakeholders and more robust conversations about materiality, strategic focus and future orientation, according to two participants in the IIRC’s pilot program. The IIRC last year released a prototype that establishes the guiding principles and …

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Canadian Investor Relations Institute: Integrated Reporting – A natural evolution in Corporate Reporting

3 April 2013 in In the news

The International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC), established in 2010 as a joint venture of the A4S, the Global Reporting Initiative and the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC) is developing a framework intended to be a catalyst for integrating the many forms of reporting; it is not designed to replace existing disclosures. Instead, it is the …

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March Newsletter

3 April 2013 in Newsletter

In this issue: IIRC Council Achieves Important Milestone at Meeting in Washington, D.C. Driving Forwards Communication Fit for the 21st Century Become an <IR> Advocate! How to Get Involved Wherever You Are in the World Background Papers for <IR> Read the March Newsletter here.  

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The Guardian: How should we determine a company's value?

26 March 2013 in In the news

US founding father Benjamin Franklin once observed: “I believe that the great part of the miseries of mankind are brought upon them by false estimates they have made of the value of things.” Franklin’s insight, predated by many years the creation of the joint stock, limited liability enterprise, the dominant form of the modern publicly …

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Accountants for Growth – CCAB and Integrated Reporting

18 March 2013 in Blog posts

CCAB is delighted to support the work of the IIRC on Integrated Reporting which seeks to introduce the concept of more concise reports that give a comprehensive view of companies that are both meaningful and useful to investors and other stakeholders.  All five CCAB bodies – ICAEW, ACCA, CIPFA, ICAS and Chartered Accountants Ireland – …

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Daily FT: ACCA workshop on integrated reporting and its value for today’s businesses

7 March 2013 in In the news

Integrated reporting remains a key goal for stakeholders interested in understanding an entity’s performance and future sustainability prospects. It is fundamentally different to sustainability reporting in its focus on issues that are material to the business. The keynote speaker at the workshop Santhosh Jayaram, organised by ACCA (The Association of Chartered Accountants) for CEO’s and …

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Sustainability reporting goes integrated

5 March 2013 in In the news

GRI and the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) signed a new memorandum of understanding this week, with GRI effectively recommitting to integrated reporting.  This is important because there have been doubts about GRI’s comfort with the direction of integrated reporting. One of the concerns at the meeting of GRI’s stakeholder council (which I sit on …

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