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Annual report insights 2016 — A clear vision

Published on: 21 Oct 2016

 

This suite of publications examines how companies have dealt with the latest corporate reporting challenges, including the narrative, corporate governance and financial elements, identifying new innovations and highlighting industry better practice as a take away for preparers of annual reports to consider.  The video above presents a summary of the key findings.

A clear vision: Planning your report summarises our findings from a review of 100 listed UK companies, identifying insights for companies to focus on when dealing with new and existing regulations in their next annual report. It also gives other ideas for improved reporting, including how companies can embrace the ideas behind integrated reporting and not just tell a story but tell the story that the company lives.

The full survey, A clear vision: The full details is available for those wanting to delve deeper.  This includes more in depth analysis of the latest narrative, corporate governance and financial reporting trends and innovations with real life examples of better practice.

A clear vision: Planning your report can be downloaded below.  The full survey, a short infographic, and our new interactive benchmarking tool enabling you to understand how your annual report stacks up against other listed companies are available here.

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