The ICGN-IIRC Tokyo Conference will mark Japan’s governance reforms and focus on creating on long-term value.
Companies must go further than historical financial performance and look to “integrated reporting” as a means to help investors fully understand risks and opportunities, according to the chief executive of the International Corporate Governance Network (ICGN).
Kerrie Waring, the ICGN’s CEO, will make the integrated reporting call to open the ICGN-IIRC (International Integrated Reporting Council) conference in Tokyo next week.
The event will also celebrate the country's governance reforms under Japan’s revitalisation strategy, while also exploring the creation of long-term value and how it contributes to building sustainable econ
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