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ProBono Australia: Global Integrated Reporting Still Has Room for Improvement

10 May, 2017

The adoption of Integrated Reporting, or <IR>, by corporates can be challenging but generates tangible organizational, reputational and commercial benefits, according to a new analysis. The Insights into Integrated Reporting report, published by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), reviewed 41 corporate reports from around the world, with one of the main reviewers being …

ACCA: Insights into Integrated Reporting

13 April, 2017

This report examines the reporting practices of organizations in the International Integrated Reporting Council’s <IR> Business Network. It highlights the concrete benefits and challenges that the early adopters have experienced, and gives practical recommendations to guide more organizations on the path to Integrated Reporting. Read the report

Carney: Integrated Reporting provides chance to address “tragedy of horizons” – the great risk to economic stability today

28 October, 2014

Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England and Chairman of the Financial Stability Board of the G20, introduced a new phrase into the lexicon of economic risk management when he addressed an Integrated Reporting themed seminar at the World Bank recently: the “tragedy of horizons”. This is the market failure brought about by the …

Building the Business Case for Integrated Reporting

22 November, 2012

The report ‘Understanding Transformation: Building the Business Case for Integrated Reporting‘, tracks the behavioural changes of businesses on their journey towards Integrated Reporting during the first year of the IIRC’s Pilot Programme.