IIRC Newsletter

One month to go until the IIRC’s Global Conference 2019.

International business leaders, investors, finance professionals and thinkers will contribute to the IIRC’s global conference in London next month. We invite you to be part of the conversation, by registering to attend today.

The corporate reporting system is at an inflection point, with economic, social and environmental disruption creating the need for practical tools to help businesses translate the 21st century business landscape into a compelling strategy and narrative that builds trust and sustains value. This two-day flagship event is your opportunity to be part of the discussion on the ever evolving understanding of what constitutes value. Helping businesses drive an innovative and modern approach to business, ensuring their business models reflect some of the seismic shifts in technology, globalization and growing risks from climate change. 

Leading international figures will outline practical strategies for implementing the tools that will inspire global alignment around the unifying concept of value creation.

Speakers include:

  • Dominic Barton, Chair of the Council, IIRC
  • Dr. Amy Zalman, CEO and Founder, Prescient
  • Pavan Sukhdev, President and Chairman of the Board, WWF International
  • Izumi Kobayashi, Vice-President, Keizai D?yukai (Association of Corporate Executives); Co-Chair, Women Corporate Directors, Japan
  • Tjeerd Krumpelman, Head of Business Advisory, Reporting & Engagement, ABN AMRO

Further speakers and details of the full agenda for this two day conference are available via our conference website

As a valued partner of the IIRC, we are delighted to extend a special booking code that will save you £100 off the event price. To benefit from this discount, please use the code IIRCPARTNER19 when booking through the conference website.

Should you wish to, you may also share this invitation and discount code with your wider network as well.

Our thanks goes to our sponsors:

You have until 30 April 2019 to respond to the global consultation, launched last month by participants of the Corporate Reporting Dialogue, to gather views from stakeholders on how to drive better alignment of sustainability reporting frameworks, as well as with frameworks that promote integration between non-financial and financial reporting. 

Through the online survey and a series of global roundtables (running until the end of May 2019), stakeholders are being consulted on how to support effective disclosures, addressing the Task Force for Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) recommendations, and identifying how non-financial metrics relate to financial outcomes and how this can be integrated in mainstream reports.

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