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May Newsletter

4 June 2015 in Newsletter

In this issue: IIRC meets in London The market acknowledges the value of Integrated Reporting Japanese report calls for <IR> CDSB and IIRC sign statement of collaboration

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CDSB and IIRC sign statement of collaboration

4 June 2015 in IIRC's news

The IIRC has signed a statement of collaboration with the Climate Disclosure Standards Board (CDSB), timed for the launch of the CDSB Framework for reporting environmental and natural capital information in mainstream financial reports on 8 June 2015 The statement of collaboration sets out the organizations’ shared vision of a corporate reporting regime that will deliver …

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Japanese report calls for Integrated Reporting

4 June 2015 in IIRC's news

The Ministry of Economy,Trade and Industry (METI) in Japan, has published a report to prompt better dialogue between businesses and investors. It recommends Integrated Reporting as a means for providing the necessary information disclosure to bring about better dialogue between companies and investors, in order to enhance corporate value creation. The report recommends the establishment of an environment in which companies and …

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The market acknowledges the value of Integrated Reporting

4 June 2015 in IIRC's news

The value of Integrated Reporting is now widely acknowledged in the market, according to a new white paper, ‘Allocating Capital for Long-Term Returns‘ released by the Generation Foundation in May 2015. The paper evaluates the progress made towards the recommendations set out in their initial white paper, ‘Sustainable Capitalism’ released back in 2012. Their conclusion is …

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IIRC meets in London

4 June 2015 in IIRC's news

The International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) has held its first meeting of 2015, during which Council members considered the ambition for <IR> in the next phase of strategic activity from 2018 onward. The strategy discussion was introduced by Claudia Kruse, Managing Director, Head of Governance & Sustainability, APG and Simon Walker, Director General of the Institute of Directors. Walker called …

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Is Integrated Reporting just a passing fad?

3 June 2015 in Blog posts

Sarah Grey, Markets Director, IIRC sums up an <IR> Business Network debate, held to coincide with the first IIRC Council meeting of 2015. The <IR> Business Network debate asked the question, “Is Integrated Reporting just a fad? Or is it here to stay?’ Eight senior panellists – a mixture of large multinational business representatives and …

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What is the value of a park?

3 June 2015 in Blog posts

Grant Patterson, Programme Lead, Public Sector Pioneer Network, IIRC, talks about a Public Sector Pioneer Network debate, held to coincide with the first IIRC Council meeting of 2015.  It was clear from the Public Sector Pioneer Network event that interest in the public sector for Integrated Reporting <IR> is gaining considerable momentum. Public sector bodies are …

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Interview with ICGN: How are you encouraging uptake?

27 May 2015 in IIRC's news

An interview with George Dallas, Policy Director, International Corporate Governance Network Why does your organization support <IR>?  The ICGN is an investor-led body established in 1995 with over 600 members, including institutional investors with assets under management of $26 trillion. Our mission is to inspire and promote good standards of corporate governance, both to improve the …

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Three shifts towards better decision-making

26 May 2015 in Blog posts

The game-changing model of US criminal justice, “the broken windows theory”, dictates that if you take care of the small problems you can prevent the big problems from occurring in the first place.  The theory is that when a window is broken and someone fixes it, it is a sign that disorder will not be …

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