CFO World: G20 corporates falling short on integrated reporting - Black Sun Global

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CFO World: G20 corporates falling short on integrated reporting

Daniel Mather from CFO World, reviews the findings of Black Sun's recent study into integrated reporting. The study was conducted to provide input to the International Integrated Reporting Committee’s (IIRC) work in designing a new framework to enable businesses to achieve the vision of integrated reporting.

Integrated reporting brings together data relevant to the performance and impact of a company to create a more profound and comprehensive picture of the risks and opportunities a company faces, specifically in the context of the drive towards a more sustainable global economy.

Sallie Pilot, director of research at Black Sun, said: “Most companies understand that the role of business has changed that it is no longer sufficient or acceptable for companies just to make money. They have to behave well in the pursuit of profit and growth and balance the interests of society and the environment alongside financial success.”

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