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IIRC invites you to help shape the future! Ninety days to read, understand and challenge the new IIRC Framework

March 25, 2013

 

The drive from businesses and investors is coming together to help develop a new corporate reporting model for the future.  The IIRC is asking you to help shape this future by contributing to the Consultation Draft of the International Integrated Reporting (<IR>) Framework.  This market-led initiative will have a profound and beneficial impact for businesses, investors, capital markets and the economy. 

 

On 16 April the IIRC will be commencing on a 90 day consultation period of the International <IR> Framework (16 April to 15 July). During this time the IIRC is calling on all stakeholders to read, critique and challenge the Framework – feeding back their thoughts through their website: www.theiirc.org/consultationdraft2013. Although the official version of this Consultation Draft is in English, you will find approved translations in Arabic, Chinese, French, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish on the IIRC’s website.

 
A series of Consultation Questions has been included in the Consultation Draft. Your answers to these questions, and any other comments you would like to make, will be important to the IIRC in reviewing the Draft Framework. Submissions are to be made in English.

 

The IIRC plans to issue the initial version of the Framework in December 2013 and to update it periodically as Integrated Reporting (<IR>) evolves. 

 

Don’t miss your chance to comment on the Consultation Draft and impact the future of corporate reporting! Make your views count.