The International Integrated Reporting Council’s annual report reveals an expansion of its network and celebrates bringing China on board, but concedes there is still work to be done in the US.
Richard Howitt. Photo: Ben Fisher Photography
The reach of the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) increased by more than half during 2016, according to the body's annual report.
The IIRC also celebrated bringing on board China's Ministry of Finance as a council member. However, the IIRC noted that it would have to do more to spread the message of integrated reporting in the US, despite General Electric attracting much media attention at the beginning of the year by publishing it first integrated report.
The IIRC's report said that "with the exception of a pioneering few, North American uptake of our framework remained low. Here, too, we will re-focus our efforts in 2
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