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A Directors' Guide to Integrated Reporting

Published on: Mar 03, 2015

Ironically, integrated reporting is not really about reporting at all. It’s about integrated thinking, responsible business behaviours and innovation. And telling it like it is.

Following a three-year pilot programme which came to a close in September 2014, the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) have set up a number of networks, including a business network. The network offers the chance for businesses to explore the opportunities and challenges of adopting integrated reporting in a variety of ways, such as networking with peers, sharing experiences and best practice, accessing crucial investor insights, as well as important industry sector and expert perspectives.

This publication from Deloitte provides a guide for directors on integrated reporting. It looks at:

  • The drivers of integrated reporting
  • What integrated reporting is, and
  • The real benefits that businesses have seen behind integrated reporting.

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