Whitepaper: Integrated Reporting in Corporate Reporting Practices

In today’s rapidly evolving business landscape, organizations worldwide are embracing a new approach to corporate reporting that goes beyond conventional financial statements. Integrated reporting, as defined by the International Integrated Reporting Framework (<IR> Framework), has gained prominence as a comprehensive and streamlined method to communicate an organization’s value in all aspects. The continuum of integrated reporting and thinking, leading to effective and efficient capital allocation, will serve as a driving factor for both financial stability and sustainable development. By embedding integrated thinking into the organization’s reporting cycles, operational activities, and strategic planning, originations experience reduced silos, improved decision-making, and a more holistic approach to communication.

In this white paper, we delve into the essence of integrated reporting and its pivotal role in modern corporate reporting practices. We explore the relationship between integrated reporting and the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). Additionally, we aim to benchmark integrated reporting against the ESG frameworks, such as the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), to understand the similarities and the added value of each framework. Furthermore, we will analyze real-world case studies to highlight successful implementations of integrated reporting and draw insights from lessons learned and best practices.

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