Integrated reporting is about integrating material financial and non-financial information to enable investors and other stakeholders to understand how an organisation is really performing. An integrated report looks beyond the traditional time frame and scope of the current financial report by addressing the wider as well as longer-term consequences of decisions and action and by making clear the link between financial and non-financial value. It is important that an integrated report demonstrates the link between an organisation's strategy, governance and business model.
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Two articles exploring the role of Integrated Reporting <IR> in securing financial stability and sustainable development have been released by the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC).
Published on 11 September 2015
Raising accountants’ awareness of sustainability issues and their important place in the broader business agenda is the aim of a new briefing paper issued by the IFAC
Published on 14 August 2015
A variety of different actions are needed to strengthen the overall credibility of, and trust in Integrated Reporting <IR>.
Published on 31 July 2015
Prominent organisations in corporate reporting have published a new Corporate Reporting Landscape Map that compares their frameworks, standards and related requirements from the perspective of IR
Published on 22 May 2015
A range of new resources have been released to assist entities navigate the myriad of different world wide guidelines for best practice sustainability reporting
Published on 13 March 2015
The most recent newsletters of the IIRC provides an update on its work to develop a framework to assure integrated reports while celebrating the first anniversary of the IR framework
Published on 6 February 2015
The GRI has announced the commencement of a new project titled Reporting 2025 to discover the main issues companies and their annual reports will be addressing 10 years from now.
Published on 30 January 2015
The role integrated reporting can play in helping boards improve their corporate reporting processes is the subject of a new publication issued by the IIRC
Published on 28 November 2014
When the Australian National University announced a divestment of shares in seven resources companies, their action helped to spotlight some global issues increasing in prominence.
Published on 12 November 2014
New research commissioned by the IIRC has revealed significant behavioural change and strong benefits to both preparers and users of financial reports arise from a move to integrated reporting (IR)
Published on 3 October 2014