Integrated reporting—interlinking financial and non-financial performance—is quickly becoming the new norm, and for good reason. It goes beyond traditional reporting framework to present a unified, consistent and cohesive message of a company’s ability to respond to competitive challenges and create value over time. Integrated reporting gives all stakeholders—from employees to customers to policy-makers—clarity into a company’s true performance.
Join PwC Partner and Founding Chairman of XBRL International Mike Willis as he explains how integrated reporting is benefiting finance organizations today. You will also hear how leading global finance services company John Hancock transformed their finance department into an innovative business partner effectively communicating the company’s strategy and long-term value.
- What 'integrated reporting' really means and why you should care
- How an integrated reporting strategy is transforming corporate reporting as we know it
- A practical path to getting your company to full integrated reporting