Innovation in reporting webcast
Many companies say that surviving the economic downturn is a primary focus right now. So it is more important than ever that the capital markets and your stakeholders are well informed through clear, relevant and balanced reporting. Not only does this help build trust, it also supports more measured responses to news that isn't all good.
The latest in our series of corporate reporting webcasts looks at how innovation can build trust in reporting.
The short videos (which I had the pleasure of chairing) explore what's driving innovation in corporate reporting, the benefits of telling the whole story, and the advantages of being one step ahead of regulation.
Video 1: Peter Holgate, head of accounting consulting services, shares his views on why current market conditions shouldn't be a time for conservatism in reporting. Instead, there's competitive advantage to be gained from more forward looking and open reporting that "tells it how it is".
Video 2: Mark O'Sullivan, a leader in the corporate reporting team, describes the innovations emerging from some companies' reporting this year, including on risk, governance and business models. And he recommends where to focus going forward.
Video 3: Jessica Fries, PwC director and deputy chair of the International Integrated Reporting Council's board, explains how companies are using integrated reporting for competitive advantage and how reporting is likely to look in the future.
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