In this issue: Why Deutsche Börse Group chose to become the 100th business to join IIRC Pilot Programme, the role Internal Auditors will have to play in Integrated Reporting, Background Papers for <IR>: Value Creation and Connectivity, videos from Eskom and Takeda Pharmaceutical Company…. And more!
IIRC Newsletter – August Edition
Deutsche Börse Group becomes 100th business to join IIRC Pilot Programme
One of the world’s leading stock exchanges, Deutsche Börse Group, becomes the 100th participant in the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) Pilot Programme Business Network, designed to drive the evolution of corporate reporting. Germany based Deutsche Börse Group, which has approximately 765 listed companies with a combined market capitalization of 1,185 trillion Euros, is also the first stock exchange to join the IIRC Pilot Programme. Read More
The IIRC continues to develop the Framework post consultation
After a successful three months of engagement, the IIRC consultation period has now closed, and work has started to analyse the submissions. Since launching the Consultation Draft of the International <IR> Framework at events in 10 of the world’s largest capital markets on 16 April, extensive consultation has taken place with organizations across the world. From South Korea to Sweden, Italy to Indonesia, and the Netherlands to New Zealand business leaders and technical experts have been evaluating and commenting on the Consultation Draft. Read More
Internal Auditors have a large role to play in Integrated Reporting
Paul Druckman, Chief Executive Officer of the IIRC, was in Florida last month giving a keynote speech at the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) International Conference 2013. Addressing 2,300 delegates, Druckman talked about what the International Integrated Reporting (<IR>) Framework will mean for the future of business. He has written a blog about the conference and the role he envisages Internal Auditors will play in <IR>. Read theblog here. Read More
The IIRC collaborates with CDP and CDSB to accelerate Integrated Reporting
The IIRC, CDP and the Climate Disclosure Standards Board (CDSB) this month announced an alliance that will achieve greater momentum towards the evolution of better corporate reporting, in order to enable investors and other decision-makers to accelerate a transition to a resource-efficient economy.