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From obligation to opportunity: How companies can transform corporate reporting into an asset

Published on: May 13, 2019

Corporate reporting should provide investors and other stakeholders with clear, concise, and reliable information to make informed decisions. But in a fast-changing world, companies are falling far short of that idea. At Deloitte, we believe corporate reporting needs to change. And we think Investor Relations and Finance, together, have a big role to play in making that happen.

In this report, we explore how both Investor Relations and Finance together have an opportunity to transform reporting into a true business asset. It outlines key factors companies should address, how to strike the right balance between effective storytelling and assurance, which leading companies in Canada who are doing it well, and questions to ask yourself to get started.

Is your organization’s annual report an impenetrable slog? Are your messages aligned? Who’s telling your company’s story to the market: you, or outside analysts and pundits over whom you have no control? It’s time to learn how to tell your company’s story your way.


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