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The future of corporate reporting

Background

The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) is calling for participants for its next project on the future of corporate reporting. The project will challenge the existing thinking about corporate reporting and how companies should better meet the information needs of shareholders and stakeholders. 
 
The FRC will review current financial and non-financial reporting practices, consider what information investors and other stakeholders require and the purpose of corporate reporting and the annual report.  The project will also consider the different types of corporate communication produced by companies.
 
It is expected that the FRC will publish a thought leadership on the outcome of this project during the second half of 2019.  The project will be supported by an advisory group and the FRC is calling for up to 15 participants to join the group.  The deadline for nominations is 15 November 2018.

Project Milestones

The project was launched in October 2018 and the participants of the project were announced in December 2018.

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