Good practices in corporate reporting
Compliance with reporting regulations does not necessarily mean that you are reporting effectively. It is quite possible, in fact, for reporting to seem disconnected with the business strategy and for this to raise questions in the minds of investors about the quality of management and governance.
We can help you to identify effective and forward-thinking ways of communicating traditional information, as well as ways to provide clear narrative and contextual information so that stakeholders understand your business and don’t undervalue it.
It can really help to see what success looks like, so we have selected real life examples of good practice that meet the key criteria identified in our Integrated reporting framework and valued by investors and successful companies.
Here are some examples of good practices in corporate reporting.
- Good practice examples
Real examples of what good practice reporting looks like—see the whole catalogue or search by topics, industry, region, or company name
- 12 reporting tips
Real-life examples to help you understand how each tip for effective reporting can be implemented in practice.