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IIRC releases draft framework outline

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13 Jul 2012

The International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) has released a draft outline of its forthcoming Integrated Reporting Framework. The outline establishes for the first time the basic structure of the Framework and is intended to keep stakeholders informed as the Framework is developed.

As an initial draft and an outline, the document is high-level and discusses what the draft Framework is likely to contain when it is released later in 2012, rather than providing in-depth requirements or detailed content.  The IIRC also points out it is subject to change as the consultation and drafting process continues.

The IIRC has indicated that although the draft outline is not a formal part of the due process for developing the Framework, stakeholder feedback would nonetheless be appreciated.

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