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FRC’s Financial Reporting Lab issues publication on digital reporting

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29 Jun 2016

The Financial Reporting Council’s (FRC’s) Financial Reporting Lab (“the Lab”) has published ‘Components of Digital Reporting’ (“the publication”) as part of their project on Corporate Reporting in a Digital World. The report examines some of the key findings of the previously issued Lab report ‘Digital Present’ and links these to the work of its next project, ‘Digital Future’.

In May 2015 the Lab published Digital Present – current use of digital media in corporate reporting, a project report on investors’ views on the digital communication used by companies in corporate reporting. In June 2016 the Lab issued a call for participants for its Digital Future: Data project which will look at how the use of technology to communicate corporate reporting to the investment community might evolve.

The publication identifies the key characteristics of PDF annual reporting that any future digital corporate reporting mediums may need to provide in order to be successful. These characteristics were identified as part of the Digital Present project and will be examined and expanded upon as part of the Lab’s Digital Future work.

Click here to access the FRC publication Components of Digital Reporting in full.

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