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29 November 2016

The future’s bright (possibly)

By Elaine Forrest, Corporate Reporting Specialist at PwC The old Chinese curse “May you live in interesting times” seems to have been created specifically for 2016. The last 12 months (and the last 6 in particular!), have seen a number of surprising events that have led to market volatility and...

21 November 2016

Report Leadership: 10 years on

By Mark O’Sullivan, Director of Corporate Reporting at PwC Follow @MsullsMark 10 years ago to this very day, a group of like-minded individuals under the project title ‘Report Leadership’ published some simple and practical ways to improve narrative and financial reporting. This multi-stakeholder group included staff from CIMA, PwC, Radley...

18 November 2016

Meet the Experts 2016 – regulatory developments in depth

By Olaf Pusch, Director at PwC Held every year in November, Meet the Experts, Europe’s longest running and largest conference dedicated to financial reporting, is kicking off on Monday. Now in its 18th year, Meet the Experts is the premier European conference for IFRS and regulatory developments, with almost 7,500...

03 November 2016

Why business models are important

By Sarah Allen, Corporate Reporting Specialist at PwC One of the most frequently, and hotly debated, aspects of company reporting surrounds the business model. Just last week the FRC Reporting Lab published a paper on this very topic. But why should this be? Surely every company knows what they do...

21 October 2016

So what is a ‘principal risk’?

By John Patterson, Corporate Governance Consultant at PwC Risk reporting continues to be high on the corporate reporting agenda. The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has just issued its annual letter to preparers, indicating where it thinks improvements are needed in annual reports for the upcoming reporting season. It also emphasised...

12 October 2016

Competing for capital: breakfast with the 40 over 40

By Peter Acloque While the past few years have undoubtedly been tough for the energy and mining sector, there was a tangibly upbeat vibe over breakfast last Wednesday with the 40 energy and mining companies on AIM whose market cap is over £40m - the 40 over 40 - where...

27 September 2016

Distinctive. Strategic. Relevant. Taking corporate reporting beyond boilerplate

By Mark O’Sullivan, Director of Corporate Reporting at PwC Follow @MsullsMark Regular readers of our blog will not be surprised to hear that we strongly believe that reporting, if done well, can deliver significant competitive advantage to companies in a variety of ways, from securing capital and credit to winning...

25 August 2016

Brexit – uncertainty does not mean inactivity

By John Patterson, Corporate Governance Consultant at PwC It may be stressful now, but maybe we can find a crumb of comfort in the idea that dealing with Brexit will one day be an interesting case study to reflect on from a reporting point of view. Different approaches being taken...

05 July 2016

Strategies for reporting success

By Gurpreet Kaur, Corporate reporting specialist at PwC Follow @GurpreetKaur_UK We are now well underway with our annual review of FTSE 350 companies, the process where we nominate companies for consideration by our external judging panel for the Building Public Trust Awards (BPTA). 2016 will be the 14th successive year...

24 June 2016

Brexit and EU audit reform

By Gilly Lord, Head of Regulatory Affairs at PwC Follow @gillylord Following the UK referendum vote to leave the EU, the business community within the UK and the EU faces a period of uncertainty and in the short term, volatility. Ian Powell, PwC UK’s Chairman and Senior Partner said this...