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<IR>: how does it fit into the UK corporate reporting landscape?

Published on: Jun 05, 2015

The UK has a robust reporting and governance regime, particularly for quoted companies. With such comprehensive requirements already in place which enable a company to tell its story well, the questions often asked include: why <IR>? What does it add? Why are companies and investors talking about it? 

This publication examines the annual reporting requirements and the International <IR> Framework, identifying the missing link between two. Namely, integrated thinking. It outlines a number of benefits that a company can gain from applying integrated thinking, and highlights key processes that a company will need to have in place to ensure those charged with governance can confidently make the assertions required under the <IR> Framework.


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