Mazars publication: Integrated Reporting: Towards a Global Adoption?
Published in September 2018, Mazars carried out a benchmark analysis on 20 corporate reports published by insurers and reinsurers in 2016. The study highlights the main differences between integrated reports and financial/CSR reports and, secondly, to introduce industry best practices in terms of integrated reporting and communication, in a follow-up study from 2015. The paper aims to share learnings and best practices to support implementation of the International <IR> Framework. Read more here.
ACCA’s Insights into Integrated Reporting
The March 2018 “Walking the talk“ report analysed 45 reports produced during 2017 to highlight progress made and challenges faced, and provide practical recommendations.
Forging a path to Integrated Reporting
The publication Forging a path to Integrated Reporting offers insights from the GRI Corporate Leadership Group on Integrated Reporting.
Corporate Reporting Dialogue
The Corporate Reporting Dialogue aims to achieve greater coherence, consistency and comparability between different reporting frameworks.
KPMG Survey of Business Reporting
The KPMG Survey of Business Reporting evaluates 270 annual reports from public companies in 16 countries. It looks at the quantitative and qualitative information in relation to the business model, strategy, performance and risk across 15 sectors.
101 on the integrated report
Need to get up to speed on integrated reporting? This article offers a quick summary, as Leigh Roberts explain the 101 of integrated reporting.
Global IR examples database
The IIRC has a database of emerging practice in Integrated Reporting, illustrating how organisations report material information about their strategy, governance performance and prospects in a clear, concise and comparable format. You can access the global IR examples database here.
KPMG Global Survey of Audit Committees
The 2017 Global Audit Committee Pulse Survey by KPMG’s Audit Committee Institute surveyed more than 800 non-executive directors from 42 countries.