The future of corporate reporting is a subject attracting much debate and activity in recent years. A new report from the ICAEW captures the views of key stakeholders, and finds that technology is central to the discussion.
The future of corporate reporting is a subject attracting much attention of late, with a flourish of activity in this space in recent years.
In the UK we have seen an explosion in non-financial disclosures, including new requirements for the strategic report as well as additional disclosures for larger companies on matters not primarily aimed at investors—on gender pay, for example.
The introduction of the International Integrated Reporting Council’s Framework, and new proposals such as Accountancy Europe’s 2015 The Future of Corporate Reporting, have also offered a rather new approach to thinking about corporate reporting—throu
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