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Corporate Reporting Dialogue announces market consultation on building better alignment

14 March 2019 in IIRC's news

Launch date: Wed, 20 March 2019, 08:00 GMT Participants of the Corporate Reporting Dialogue – an initiative bringing together the major standard setters and framework providers globally – are launching a six-week global consultation process on Wednesday 20 March 2019, to gather views from stakeholders on how to drive better alignment of sustainability reporting frameworks, …

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Corporate Reporting Dialogue Webinar: Have your say toward better alignment

14 March 2019 in IIRC's news

Join us for this interactive one hour webinar on the 20th March at 8am, to kick-off of the Corporate Reporting Dialogue Better Alignment Project’s six-week consultation period, during which we will be inviting the market to share their insights into how we can drive effective corporate reporting, addressing any barriers caused by misalignment amongst reporting …

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IIRC Newsletter

28 February 2019 in IIRC's news

The latest news and developments. In this newsletter published February 2019: Register today: IIRC Global Conference 2019 Standard setters and framework providers to support better reporting on the Sustainable Development Goals Revised Australian Corporate Governance Code encourages adoption of integrated reporting Practice Aid: helping you navigate International <IR> Framework requirements Mainstream support for more than financial …

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Standard setters and framework providers to support better reporting on the Sustainable Development Goals

28 February 2019 in IIRC's news

Major international corporate reporting standard setters and framework providers have today [28 February 2019] released a position paper supporting the development of better reporting guidelines for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Participants of the ‘Corporate Reporting Dialogue’ – an initiative convened by the International Integrated Reporting Council bringing together the major standard setters and framework providers internationally …

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Revised Australian Corporate Governance Code encourages adoption of integrated reporting

27 February 2019 in IIRC's news

The International Integrated Reporting Council welcomes the publication of the revised Australian Corporate Governance Code, which references the role integrated reporting can play in providing investors with a broader range of information to inform their investment decisions. Integrated reporting also forms a part of Recommendation 7.4 of the code, which looks at disclosure on environmental and …

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On Governance: How Integrated Reporting Helps Define and Measure Value

22 February 2019 in Blog posts

‘On Governance’ is a series of guest blog posts from corporate governance thought leaders. The series, which is curated by the Conference Board Governance Center research team, is meant to serve as a way to spark discussion on some of the most important corporate governance issues. This is the first part of a two-part series about …

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Using reporting to drive integrated thinking

21 February 2019 in Blog posts

We recently hosted an introductory course in integrated thinking for our clients and a few colleagues. What we learned was quite inspiring – over the last eight years, the gap between “better practice disclosure” and corporate communication is closing fast. A business’ social licence to operate and its role in sustainable value creation are genuinely …

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Institute of Cost and Management Accountants of Pakistan (ICMAP) joins the Network

21 February 2019 in IIRC's news

ICMAP, the Institute of Cost and Management Accountants of Pakistan, have joined the <IR> Business Network. The organization has released the following statement expressing their delight in joining: “Global businesses are now aligning themselves with investors’ needs and adopting the integrated reporting model to create value for their organization and others. We are pleased that integrated …

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The new reputational landscape

19 February 2019 in Blog posts

According to the Edelman ‘Trust Barometer’, trust in business now stands at just 43%. What’s more, the 2018 Reputation Dividend Report estimates that corporate reputation is now directly responsible for an average of 38% of market capitalisation of FTSE 350 companies. With these stark statistics in mind, we have dedicated issue 4 of our thought-leadership publication, ‘Reporting Matters’ …

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