There is widespread agreement that there is a need for a more holistic view of business performance, beyond traditional financial reporting. A broader view of value creation through integrated reporting is not limited to just shareholder value. Value can be manifest in non-financial or intangible ways, such as brand equity, societal impact and co-creation of value through other external relationships. As such, investors and other stakeholders benefit alongside organisations that adopt integrated reporting through more credible and reliable information.
Beyond attracting investors, good information about value creation can improve stakeholder relations, as explored in the results of this global survey.
Align purpose and the business model to market opportunities and sustainable performance. Find out how the finance organisation helps understand, enhance, and report strategies for long-term value creation.
This global research report, commissioned by Oracle, identifies how 744 finance executives from across the globe evaluate the impact and role the CFO can play in creating value with digital technologies.
Our research provides solutions to help you join the dots in your organisation, connecting the most relevant information and people from across the organisation when making decisions.
This report, based on 25 interviews and roundtables globally with senior executives, shows the kinds of decisions management accountants support. It also shows how they contribute to these decisions.
Integrated reporting is far more than just a reporting framework, as it helps a company create value as well as tell the story of how value is created more effectively in order to win trust and secure reputation.
CIMA's integrated reporting < IR > specialist Nick Topazio gives an outline to the concepts behind < IR >.
Learn how the Global Management Accounting Principles can support your organisation in benchmarking and improving your management accounting systems.