Chartered Governance Institute and IIRC release guide to integrated reporting

Posted
12 March, 2020

The Chartered Governance Institute and the International Integrated Reporting Council have released an essential practitioner’s guide to integrated reporting for Chartered Secretaries and Chartered Governance Professionals.

‘An Overview of integrated reporting for Chartered Secretaries and Chartered Governance Professionals’, provides an overview of integrated reporting and integrated thinking and the role its members can play in embedding them into their own organizations.

Chartered Secretaries and Chartered Governance Professionals have a unique role in providing a clear understanding of their organization’s overall strategy, governance, performance and prospects. They can add significant value to this process through a working knowledge of integrated reporting and integrated thinking.

Furthermore, Chartered Secretaries and Chartered Governance Professionals are an important link between the board and the organization. They can provide the bridge between the board and the integrated reporting project team to develop robust and effective integrated reporting.

The guide shares insights into the fundamental concepts of the International <IR> Framework, the structures that need to be in place to adopt it and the specific role Chartered Secretary and Chartered Governance Professionals can play in its implementation.

The International Integrated Reporting Council is proud to work with the Chartered Governance Institute as it brings the benefits of integrated reporting and integrated thinking to the attention of its members.