This crisis year has underlined the importance of integrated reporting to achieving global financial stability and sustainable development.
2020 has undoubtedly been a crisis year. The global pandemic, climate change and the challenges of inequality and the infrastructure gap have tested organisations’ resilience like never before, and many have been forced to rapidly rethink their strategies and business models.
The impact of Covid-19 has necessitated an urgent need for companies to look inward and reprioritise the well-being and safety of their employees and customers over financial profit. Part of this has sparked a paradigm shift: the allowance and facilitation of flexible working for employees and a focus on ensuring they have the right equipment in place to work effect
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From compliance to new technology and broader stakeholder engagement, financial services firms today must be fighting fit in order to thrive. Enter the effective board, which must govern like never before. In this special report, we outline six key areas of knowledge and insight to equip boards for the unprecedented challenges ahead.
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