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IIRC Newsletter – June Edition

Recommendation to G20 on <IR>

In a report commissioned by the B20, the business forum that advises G20 governments, the six largest global accounting networks¹ have endorsed <IR> as a key innovation that will make corporate reporting more conducive to long-term investment.

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Corporate Reporting Dialogue Launched

The Corporate Reporting Dialogue aims to promote greater coherence, consistency and comparability between corporate reporting frameworks, standards and related requirements, leading to improved efficiency and effectiveness. Participants represent all major international standards and frameworks. 

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Positive UK Steps

The UK Financial Reporting Council has stated that reports that follow its new Guidance on the Strategic Report “should result in reporting that is consistent with the International <IR> Framework.”

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Eyes of the world are fixed on Brazil

by Paul Druckman

As many anticipated, once the football kicked off, the fear of protests or violent clashes marring this World Cup dissipated as quickly as Brazil had put three goals in Croatia’s net. Last month I visited Brazil where the overriding feeling ahead of the World Cup was one of great concern about the state of the country’s infrastructure to support such a big event (especially with the Olympics following shortly after).
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Emerging <IR> Database Updated

The Emerging <IR> Database has been updated with new examples of leading practice in <IR>. These 2013 year-end reports demonstrate an abundance of good examples of  <IR> worldwide.

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