April Newsletter

9 May 2013 in Newsletter

In this issue: Mervyn King on the Global Launch of the Consultation Draft Launch Event Stats <IR> in the headlines IIRC Says EC Proposals are an Important Milestone on the Journey Towards <IR>

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Corporate Reporting for Today’s World

3 May 2013 in Blog posts

On April 16 I had the honor of participating at the U.S. event to launch the Consultation Draft for the International Integrated Reporting <IR> Framework. It was exciting to be part of the final leg of launch day, which began in Australia and then circled the globe with events in 12 countries before wrapping up …

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European Commission proposals: an important milestone on the journey towards Integrated Reporting

30 April 2013 in News releases

European Commission proposals: an important milestone on the journey towards Integrated Reporting The European Commission announced proposals on April 16 to amend the Fourth and Seventh Accounting Directives, opening the way for increased disclosure by large European companies on non-financial matters. The Commission’s aim is to improve business transparency and performance on social and environmental …

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Shouldn’t we aim to be leaders?

23 April 2013 in Blog posts

As Chair of the Global Alliance for Public Relations and Communication Management, I represent corporate communicators in countries all over the world. And as CEO of Argyle Communications, I represent many large Canadian and global businesses. Looking at Integrated Reporting through the lens of corporate reputation, I want to highlight two big trends. The first …

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Business and investor led coalition releases new corporate reporting model for consultation

16 April 2013 in News releases

The global evolution of corporate reporting has taken another significant step forward with the release today of the Consultation Draft of the International Integrated Reporting <IR> Framework.  The Framework creates the foundations for a new reporting model which will enable a business to provide a concise communication of how it creates value over time. 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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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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GRI and IIRC deepen cooperation to shape the future of corporate reporting

1 March 2013 in News releases

The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) and the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) today announced an agreement that will see the two organizations deepen their cooperation to transform the future of corporate reporting. The Memorandum of Understanding, signed by GRI Chief Executive Ernst Ligteringen and IIRC Chief Executive Officer Paul Druckman, demonstrates the common interest of …

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February Newsletter

27 February 2013 in Newsletter

In this issue: April 16th – The IIRC is relying on you! ABAC – APEC dialogue set to continue on <IR> Advancing on Legislative Agendas IASB and IIRC formalize cooperation on work to develop integrated corporate reporting framework Singapore Stock Exchange supports continued dialogue on integrated reporting ‘to help shape the future’. Read the February …

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Passion. Intellect. Experience.

13 February 2013 in Blog posts

Australia is an exciting place to be: their economy, buoyed by a boom in the energy and natural resources sector, has not witnessed the same economic crisis and recession that most western economies have suffered in recent years. And, in 2014, Australia takes over from Russia as President of the G20. So there is a …

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