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Directions Quarterly / May 2014
Changing mindsets on integrated reporting

Unclear of what integrated reporting means to your business? We examine the background and journey to integrated reporting, and whether changing reporting mindsets may really help evolve the way in which your business thinks, plans behaves and acts.

by author sbadmin

Reporting requirements continue to evolve, with regulations looking to help reporters create better and more concise communications, but the issue still remains that reporting is financially and historically biased.

It is clear that many businesses remain in two minds as to how deeply they should engage with the integrated reporting agenda. With current regulatory improvements in the UK and Europe which look to address many reporting inconsistencies, can another format deliver greater value, and will investors and stakeholders really care about what is provided?

In this supplement we examine the background and journey to integrated reporting, and whether changing reporting mindsets may really help evolve the way in which your business thinks, plans, behaves and acts.

To view the supplement please click to download the PDF to the left of the page or simply contact us to receive a printed copy in the post.

If you are interested in an in-depth conversation about what the journey to integration may mean to your business, then please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Louise Dudley-Williams,
Business Development
ldudley-williams@salterbaxter.com

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