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04 February 2016

IASB’s new IAS 7 amendments show investors patience and perseverance can pay off

By Hilary Eastman, Director of Investor Engagement at PwC It’s better to make one and a half steps forward than none at all. Last week, the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) did just that when it published new rules requiring companies to disclose changes in liabilities in the financing section...

26 January 2016

Green shoots in early reporting of risk under the 2014 Code

By Mark O’Sullivan, Director of Corporate Reporting at PwC Follow @MsullsMark There’s no doubt risk reporting has come a long way over the last few years, but as PwC’s Global CEO Survey (launched last week) found, over 50% of CEOs still feel they should be doing more to measure and...

22 January 2016

Davos 2016: What will it add up to for corporate reporting?

By Superna Khosla, Integrated Reporting Policy lead at PwC The great and the good are at the World Economic Forum's (WEF) annual meeting in the lofty Swiss town of Davos this week to discuss the world’s economic and social issues. At the turn of the last century the literati of...

03 December 2015

Building Public Trust ‘Excellence in reporting’ – Who’s doing it best?

By Sarah Allen, Corporate reporting specialist at PwC I thoroughly enjoy a good lunch so jumped at the chance to attend the annual Building Public Trust ‘Excellence in Reporting’ awards luncheon this week. Held at the Dorchester - a venue as impressive as the event itself proved to be -...

30 November 2015

KPIs: do they really measure what matters?

By Mark O’Sullivan, Director of Corporate Reporting at PwC Follow @MsullsMark At PwC, we’re currently going through our interim review process. It’s a time of year where we reflect on our performance over the past 6 months, how it measures up against our objectives and where we should be focusing...

02 November 2015

Will the Modern Slavery Act help cut slavery out of business?

By Patrick Shaw-Brown, Sustainability and Climate Change at PwC I’ve been involved in the Modern Slavery Act from the initial consultations in 2014 right through to contributing to the final guidance document. So I was very excited to see what the Home Office produced last Thursday when they released the...

30 October 2015

The big picture and the brushstrokes - the boardroom challenge

By Gilly Lord, Head of Regulatory Affairs at PwC Follow @gillylord Today’s board directors must be masters of both strategy and detail – on top of the individual regulatory changes that will affect their business, while navigating the business towards a future that’s increasingly difficult to predict. Our latest issue...

21 October 2015

SDGs – letter change or a global change?

By Superna Khosla, Integrated Reporting Policy lead at PwC "SDGs are for all of us" Peter Bakker, President of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, tweeted three weeks ago. Depending on your selected twitter or blog feeds, talk of SDGs has been rife. However, if you’d asked for my...

15 October 2015

Telling an authentic story

By Elaine Forrest, Corporate Reporting specialist at PwC As someone who loves to read, my task of reading all the FTSE 350 annual reports every year is in many ways ideal. However, whilst the works of fiction I read keep me enthralled and engaged, taking me on eventful journeys through...

23 September 2015

Does size really matter?

By Mark O’Sullivan, Director of Corporate Reporting at PwC Follow @MsullsMark A family holiday and time for the annual ritual from my nearest and dearest to ask me for the umpteenth time – ‘so what is it that you actually do for a living?’ In time-honoured fashion I start with...