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Robert Bruce interviews — Integrated Reporting – The next steps

Published on: Mar 18, 2014

In Integrated Reporting — The Next Steps, Robert Bruce interviews Paul Druckman, chief executive officer of the IIRC, on feedback received and the challenges and priorities for the IIRC now that the International Integrated Reporting <IR> Framework has been released.

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Alternatively, you can select the parts of the interview that interest you most:

  • The challenges — In Part 1, Paul Druckman discusses feedback received so far on the final International <IR> Framework released in December 2013 and the challenges ahead. Paul also provides further insight on what integrated reporting is — an evolution, not revolution, in corporate reporting — and about demonstrating integrated thinking.
    Click to access the video podcast. (5 min. 42 sec.)
  • The priorities — In Part 2, Paul Druckman shares the priorities for the IIRC now that the final International <IR> Framework has been released and how businesses in the IIRC’s Pilot Programme are contributing to and shaping integrated reporting. Robert and Paul also discuss the investor role in the journey toward more integrated reporting.
    Click to access the video podcast. (5 min. 36 sec.)
  • The future — In Part 3, Paul Druckman discusses take-up of integrating reporting around the world, the next steps on further guidance on <IR>, and his aspirations for integrated reporting in 5 years’ and 10 years’ time.
    Click to access the video podcast. (5 min. 44 sec.)

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