Corporate Reporting Awards 2020

Nominees and Winners of the Corporate Reporting Awards 2020 have been announced. Browse our website to know more.

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Announcing the Winners of the 2020 edition

From left to right: Sanjiv Bhasin (Afrasia), Thierry Labat & Arnaud Lagesse (IBL Ltd), Bronwyn Corbett & Moira Van Der Westhuizen(Grit), Jean Michel Ng Tseung (MCB Group), Iqbal Oozeer (Currimjee Jeewanjee), Gary Lee Ping Shing & Antish Beedassee (ENL Group), Dipak Chummun (IBL Ltd)

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Risk Management as a catalyst for growth

Initially planned for 19 March, the PwC Corporate Reporting Awards (CRA) happened on the Wednesday 21 October 2020. We believe our contenders' efforts need to be recognised, especially in the current difficult content. 

The Awards ceremony took place at the PwC Centre in Moka with a restricted audience comprised of nominees and winners only, in order to observe adequate sanitary precautions.

Our theme this year is: Risk Management as a catalyst for growth. In the recent years, we realised that several entities were treating risk management as a discrete event rather than a continuous process. Our aim here is to explain that the risk management function needs to be a true strategic enabler, at the centre of all key decision making.

 

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The SDGs are important as they are the foundation of the path towards a sustainable world focused on altruism. For businesses, they mean adopting a new approach to creating value while protecting people, nature and strengthening trust. 

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