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Insights into integrated reporting 2.0: walking the talk

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Mar 09, 2018

On March 9, 2018, the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) published this report providing its latest assessment of integrated reporting. The report is a follow up to the 2017 report Insights into Integrated Reporting – Challenges and best practice responses.

Striking progress has been made, particularly in relation to the quality of the data. Reports were found to be more consistent: this was one of the lowest-rated areas in last year's review project, but became one of the strongest this year.

There are also signs of a focus on conciseness. The length of reports has reduced: just under half (49%) of reports reviewed contain 100 pages or fewer (compared with 20% last year) excluding the financial statements.

Review the press release and report on the ACCA's website.

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