Reporting is developing from pure monetary unit financial measurement and analysis to cover all areas of corporate involvement, covering human, social, environmental, production, intellectual and natural impacts of the company. There are a number of standards and metrics developed for various areas, which may create a collection of seemingly unrelated reports. International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) is attempting create a single framework to incorporate all relevant reporting.
IIRC describes Integrated Reporting, or <IR> this way: “<IR> is an evolution of corporate reporting, with a focus on conciseness, strategic relevance and future orientation. As well as improving the quality of information contained in the final report, <IR> makes the reporting process itself more productive, resulting in tangible benefits. <IR> requires and brings about integrated thinking, enabling a better understanding of the factors that materially affect an organization’s ability to create value over time. It can lead to behavioral changes and improvement in performance throughout an organization.”
Reporting development also has high impact on risk oversight work of Internal Auditors. Come and learn about this important topic more in the full day seminar arranged by the IIA Finland in cooperation with the Aalto University. After reserving seats for the Aalto University 3rd grade students, we have twenty free seats remaining. Be fast and register soonest to ensure your participation, earning at the same time 6 CPEs!
Welcome, see you in Helsinki!
The seminar will be held in English.
Questions and additional information from Timo Punkari, member of the IIA Finland Training Committee. Mobile. 050-5548150 e-mail: email@example.com.
Coffee and opening
Research on the role of integrated reporting in enhancing integrated thinking and value creation Emma-Riikka Myllymäki
Integrated thinking, philosophy Henning Dräger
Integrated reporting, framework, metrics and practical application Henning Dräger
Auditing non-financial reporting, Sustainability reporting as example Timo Punkari
Panel discussion Emma-Riikka Myllymäki
End of the seminar
IIRC (International Integrated Reporting Council). Henning leads the IIRC’s global industry engagement programme, and he has background in sustainability advisory, environmental activism and triple bottom line reporting. More information available from: http://integratedreporting.org/profile/henning-drager-relationships-manager/
Vice-Professor in Accounting, Aalto University. Wide research in financial reporting.
KHT (Chartered Accountant), FCCA (UK Chartered Accountant). Timo is currently preparing his PhD on Corporate Governance, has written about sustainability reporting, and he is also experienced as Internal Auditor.