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IIRC calls for feedback in the context of the planned revision of its Framework

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20 Feb 2020

The International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) has launched a revision of the International <IR> Framework and is calling for market feedback on specific themes that will inform the nature and direction of the revision.

The IIRC has identified key themes around which it invites feedback, outlined in three topic papers on a) business model considerations, b) responsibility for an integrated report, and c) charting a path forward. The first two topic papers relate to the current <IR> Framework revision process. The third topic paper forges ahead with themes shaping the future of corporate reporting, including extended assurance and the role of technology. Feedback on this paper will inform the IIRC’s longer-term strategy.

Each topic paper separately invites market feedback via an online survey. Responses are requested by 20 March 2020. Please see the following additional information on the IIRC website:

Proposed amendments to the Framework will receive 90-day public exposure via a consultation draft, launching in May 2020. The revised Framework is due for release at the end of 2020.

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