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Robert Bruce interviews — Integrated Reporting – A comprehensive guide

Published on: 06 Jul 2013

In Integrated Reporting – A comprehensive guide, Robert Bruce asks what Integrated Reporting is, why it is important, what is involved and what happens next and on these topics interviews Paul Druckman, Chief Executive Officer of the IIRC, Steve Almond, Council Member of the IIRC and Global Chairman Deloitte, Veronica Poole, Deloitte's Global IFRS Leader — Technical, and Becky Fell, Technical Director in Deloitte’s IFRS Global Office.

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The full video podcasts of each interview can also be accessed below.

  • In the first interview, Steve Almond provides a general introduction to Integrated Reporting and insight into Deloitte LLP UK’s participation in the IIRC’s pilot programme for Integrated Reporting for businesses.
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  • In the second interview, Veronica Poole provides a general introduction to Integrated Reporting and asks why it is important.
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  • In the third interview Paul Druckman provides an insight into feedback the IIRC is receiving on the proposed Integrated Reporting Framework and the next steps for Integrated Reporting once the Framework is finalised.
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  • In the fourth interview, Becky Fell provides a more detailed explanation of the proposals in the consultation draft.
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