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CRD releases landscape map comparing frameworks and standards

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May 06, 2015

The Corporate Reporting Dialogue (CRD) — a cooperative initiative launched in June 2014 by the International Integrated Reporting Council — has published a landscape map that compares CRD participants' frameworks, standards, and related requirements through the lens of integrated reporting.

The map has three levels:

  • Purpose — Describes the purpose of each standard or framework.
  • Scope — Explains how each reporting initiative is related to the six capitals of integrated reporting.
  • Content — Details how each reporting initiative is related to the content elements of integrated reporting.

The map's primary purpose is to demonstrate how frameworks, standards, and related requirements could be used together to enhance corporate reporting.

The map is available on the CRD's Web site.

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