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Accountancy Europe follows up on 'CORE & MORE'

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23 Mar 2017

Accountency Europe (formerly FEE) has published a follow-up paper to the 2015 FEE paper putting forward the idea of a 'CORE & MORE' model of corporate reporting.

The second paper presents a summary of the responses received to the first paper in writing as well as during several public and private events. From the feedback, Accountancy Europe has identified three main topics for further development and intends to:

  • elaborate the concept as stakeholders requested a clarification of the concept and felt that parts of it could be interpreted incorrectly;
  • support the coordination and development of non-financial information reporting as it believes that it is important that one party (or parties) take(s) firm ownership of a global principles-based non-financial information reporting framework; and
  • further research the impact and opportunities of technology as a driver and enabler of reporting change, including online reporting and social media, both from the perspective of the reporting entity and the users of corporate reporting.

Accountancy Europe’s aim is to provide separate contributions and recommendations in the areas mentioned above and to host an event on these issues in the second half of 2017.

Please click to access the follow-up paper on the Accountency Europe website.

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