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New resource on sustainability and integrated reporting

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Jun 26, 2012

A new publication, "Making investment grade — The future of corporate reporting," has been released by Deloitte, the United Nations Environment Programme, and the Centre for Corporate Governance in Africa at the University of Stellenbosch Business School. The publication serves to provide an international perspective on integrated reporting by articulating the views of internationally pre-eminent role players on topical issues associated with integrated reporting and integrated reports.

The publication, Making investment grade — The future of corporate reporting, includes contributions from Ernst Ligteringen (chief executive, Global Reporting Initiative), Paul Druckman (chief executive, International Integrated Reporting Council), Mervin King (chair, South African King Committee on Corporate Governance), and representatives from academia, government, business and sustainability organizations, the accounting profession, and investors.

The publication provides a comprehensive look at sustainability and integrated reporting through the eyes of thought leaders, key industry players, and others.  Structured as a series of short essays, the publication covers the following topics:

  • Context and challenges.
  • Who drives reporting?
  • One report or multiple reports?
  • What are the material issues?
  • Who reads the report?
  • Who governs reporting?
  • Who regulates reporting?
  • What does the future hold?

The publication is available on IAS Plus with the kind permission of Deloitte (South Africa), the United Nations Environment Programme, and the Centre for Corporate Governance in Africa at the University of Stellenbosch Business School.

Click to download Making investment grade — The future of corporate reporting.

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