Live webcast: how new regulation will impact in 2013

Published on 16 September 2013 0 comments

On Monday 23 September, we will be hosting a live webcast to discuss the variety of new narrative reporting requirements that significantly change the way companies will have to report to the market during the next reporting cycle. We will also consider the implementation challenges that many are already facing.

Government and the Financial Reporting Council's aim with the changes is to drive up the quality of reporting and build trust in business. We will explore how this is influencing the way some companies are communicating their business model, strategy, risks and performance.

Discussions will be led by my colleagues Andy Kemp and Peter Hogarth and include:

  • The UK Corporate Governance Code, including the "fair, balanced and understandable" requirement and audit committee reporting of significant issues
  • The implementation of the 'Strategic Report' under the revised narrative reporting regulations
  • The new style remuneration report (and voting), and
  • The new audit reporting requirements and how these link to the changes above.

The webcast will help management, audit committees, finance directors, investor relations and others understand the very latest requirements and how this is driving companies to report differently.

The webcast will be live from 15:00 (BST) on Monday 23 September 2013 (45 minutes).
To view, please click on the link below from 14:55 on the day, or save it to your favourites now:  http://www.pwcplayer.com/webcasts/2013_09_regulatory_changes/


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