This issue considers in detail the topic of corporate responsibility reporting and other related relevant issues: sustainability reporting and decisions on corresponding information and also the planning of the corporate responsibility reporting process.
More and more Russian companies are starting to prepare sustainability reports. For some companies this is a reputation issue, while other companies are striving to meet the increasing information requirements of investors and other stakeholders. Other companies are concerned about comprehensively presenting information on value creation drivers. Irrespective of the specific reasons leading a company to prepare a sustainability report, sooner or later they will have to resolve several key issues. How can you ensure the disclosure of material, qualitative and reliable information? What are the most recent sustainability reporting trends in Russia and globally? What mistakes and pitfalls may lie in wait for a company when preparing corporate governance reports? What solutions exist on the market for automating the corporate governance reporting process?
You will find answers to these and many other relevant questions in the second issue of the KPMG Bulletin “In Focus: Corporate Governance and Sustainability”, prepared by the Corporate Governance & Sustainability group, KPMG in Russia and the CIS. The bulletin highlights in detail the topic of corporate responsibility reporting, in particular sustainability reporting and decisions on corresponding information and also the planning of the corporate responsibility reporting process.
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