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21 May 2019

Changes in insurance accounting: the road to implementation

The way of progress is neither swift nor easy.” Marie Curie could have been talking about changes in insurance accounting today. With significant regulatory changes around the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) taking place, meeting the new rules will be a huge task for businesses.

14 May 2019

Thinking outside the SOX: 5 things I learned from successful SOX rationalisation

By Jerome Donny Yes I know! Sarbanes-Oxley has been implemented in 2002 so why do we need another blog about it!? Well simply because I continue to see plenty of opportunities to make SOX programmes more efficient and valuable for all stakeholders. Most SOX programmes are the result of layers...

12 February 2019

Three must-include themes in your 2019 corporate reporting

By Richard Haig, Corporate Reporting Manager Somehow we are already in February of 2019 and as the corporate reporting season starts to heat up and the team here at PwC prepares to delve into the large number of reports that will land over the next few months, I begin to...

07 January 2019

Happy New Year 2019!

By Mark O'Sullivan, Director of Corporate Reporting Happy New Year! Basking in a post festive glow of excess it’s time to look to the year ahead and what the future holds for reporting. During the last few months of 2018 it sometimes felt like we were operating in limbo. While...

13 November 2018

Risk management implications of the 2018 Code

By James Smither, Governance, Risk and Compliance at PwC It would be easy to see the revised UK Corporate Governance Code as being much less significant for risk and risk management than the 2014 version of the Code. After all, the 2014 Code and the FRC Guidance on risk management,...

17 April 2018

Stakeholders - your time has come?

By Elaine Forrest, Corporate Reporting Specialist at PwC My colleagues and I are well into the period of the year where we have our heads buried in annual reports keeping an eye on the latest reporting trends. This year has seen the arrival of the new non-financial reporting regulations and...

04 April 2018

Corporate governance reporting - major change is on the way

Insights on reporting in the FTSE 350 by John Patterson, corporate governance specialist at PwC The 2017 Building Public Trust Award for Corporate Governance Reporting showed there is some very good governance reporting in the FTSE 350, but it also confirmed that there is a relatively small group of companies...

27 March 2018

Gender pay gap reporting deadline approaching

By John Harding, Reward and Employment Partner and Philip Cartwright, Reward and Employment Consultant Gender pay gap reporting requirements now apply to all employers with 250 or more employees. The requirements involve the disclosure of six key metrics on the differences in pay and bonus pay between men and women...

28 February 2018

Award winners might help navigate the stakeholder agenda

By Mark O’Sullivan, Head of Corporate Reporting Insights from PwC’s Building Public Trust in Corporate Reporting Awards 2017: Excellence in Reporting in the FTSE 350 The December y/e reporting cycle is in full swing and we’re in a privileged position to have an early view on current/emerging trends and the...

27 February 2018

Turning the tide of Corporate Culture

By Gilly Lord, Head of Audit Strategy and Transformation at PwC Corporate culture is increasingly under public scrutiny as society questions how it wants businesses to behave. It seems that every time there’s a corporate scandal, the culture of the company involved is blamed as one of the root causes....