Corporate reporting has never been easy—or simple—especially these days, with the seemingly endless stream of new regulations and requirements.
On top of that, investors are becoming increasingly vocal about reporting that passes regulatory muster but fails to provide a fully transparent view of a company’s health and prospects. The pressure is on for companies to report on a broad set of non-financial measures that can help investors better judge corporate performance.
How can you stay up to date with all of the latest corporate reporting developments? Our corporate reporting guides are a good place to start. They provide you with the resources to stay ahead of the competition and anticipate the needs of your stakeholders.
Here are some of those resources:
Streamlining the annual report
A look at how the annual report can be streamlined, yet still answer the questions: who is using it, what do they need to know, and how do we tell them?