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IIRC publishes its latest Annual Report, ahead of its merger with the SASB

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Jun 03, 2021

On June 3, 2021, the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) published its latest Annual Report, entitled ‘Driving Cohesion‘, ahead of its merger with the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) to form the Value Reporting Foundation.

The report was developed through a process of integrated thinking led by the IIRC Board and management. The process enabled a better understanding of the strategic big picture and external environment to build agreement that the merger with SASB is the most effective next step to achieve its focus of driving adoption of integrated thinking and reporting and simplifying the corporate reporting landscape.

The report takes stock of the long shadow cast by the COVID-19 pandemic and its daily reminder of the interconnectedness between our economy and society, as well as the shared challenges we face as an international community.

The report also highlights some of the positive responses, including an acceleration in digital innovation, rapid business model adaption and a renewed commitment from political, business and investment leaders to “build back better” – integrating sustainability considerations into all aspects of financial and business decision-making, creating a platform for sustainable prosperity.

Re­view the press re­lease and report on the IIRC’s website for more in­for­ma­tion.  

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