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Robert Bruce interviews — Richard Howitt discusses his first year as Chief Executive of the International Integrated Reporting Council

Published on: 15 Jan 2018

In a wide-ranging video interview to mark the end of his first year as Chief Executive of the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) Richard Howitt talks to Robert Bruce about the importance of Integrated Thinking, the success and growing global momentum of Integrated Reporting, the need for effective assurance, progress around the world and particularly amidst the long-term culture of Japan and Asia generally.

Click here to access the full video (approx. 33 minutes) in a separate window. You can either watch the whole video or select the topics that interest you most by clicking on the ‘topics’ drop down in the top right hand corner of the screen.

The topics included in the video are as follows:

  • Q1: Overall prospects
  • Q2: Integrated Thinking progress
  • Q3: Integrated Thinking: The Goal
  • Q4: Working with The Prince’s Accounting for Sustainability Project
  • Q5: Embedding Education
  • Q6: The need for assurance
  • Q7: Change in the US
  • Q8: US Regulatory issues
  • Q9: Progress in Japan
  • Q10: Asian long-term Culture
  • Q11: Progress in Europe
  • Q12: Corporate Reporting Dialogue success
  • Q13: Assessing IIRC progress

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