What is Integrated Reporting?
It is the future of annual reporting. An integrated report is a communication on how an organisation’s strategy, governance, performance and prospects in the context of its external environment leads to the creation of value over the short, medium and long term. It has been created for organisations that aspire to embrace integrated thinking and progress towards better reporting. It benefits all stakeholders who are interested in understanding an organisation’s ability to create value over time.
An integrated report is prepared in accordance with the International Integrated Reporting <IR> framework developed by the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC), a consortium of regulators, investors, companies, standard setters, the accounting profession and NGOs. The framework provides guiding principles and content elements that govern the content of an integrated report.
KPMG’s <IR> training programme highlights
Who should attend?
Certification ( completion certificate or certification )
Certificate of participation from International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC), London to be issued to participants on completion of all sessions of the two day workshop.
|Online Training||16 - 18 September 2020||Practitioner Level|
Contact for corporate enquiries:
Email ID: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mobile No: +919920986056
Our Integrated Reporting offerings
We offer a broad suite of services on Integrated Reporting such as:
Frequently asked questions
Q1. Who will issue the certificate?
A: International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC), London is the issuing authority of the course participation certificate.
Q2. Where can I find learning material to support my studies?
A: All pre-reading and learning material will be provided to you during the workshop.
Q3. Is there a qualification criteria to attend this course?
A: No. The training can be attended by everyone who is interested in Integrated Thinking and Integrated Reporting.
Q4. Is there an assessment/exam at the end of the course?
A: No. There is no assessment at the end of the course. Participants are given participation certificate on completion of all modules of the two-day session.