Investors require a sharper focus on corporate governance, environmental and social factors according to our 2017 investor survey.
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Do you trust humans or machines to fight fraud?
Global Fraud Survey 2016
Reporting: Issue 11 – April 2016
Are you prepared for corporate reporting’s perfect storm?
Reporting: Issue 8
Promote board diversity to accelerate performance
Audit Committee Bulletin: June 2014
As consistent economic growth is slowly restored across the world, the next great challenge is likely to be optimization of this growth in a resource constrained world. Maximizing opportunities in emerging markets such as South Africa, while remaining within the energy threshold and environmental carrying capacity, will require unprecedented levels of determination, innovation and cooperation.
Our Climate Change and Sustainability Services (CCaSS) team can help your organisation build its resilience to internal and external risks, and thrive in a complex business environment with growing demands for sustainability. We have the right blend of knowledge and experience to help you fine tune and advance your organisations’ sustainability reporting, improve your decision making around valuable resources, foster good governance in your organisation, optimise the buildings that your organisation resides in, and deal with a host of environmental related risks and opportunities.
- The “Business Model” concept in Integrated Reporting
- The concept of ‘capital’ in Integrated Reporting
- Total value
- IIRC Integrated Reporting Framework - Executive summary
- The concept of ‘materiality’ in Integrated Reporting
- Sustainable Development Goals 2016
- Connectivity in Integrated Reporting
- The concept of “value creation” in Integrated Reporting
- Total Value 2017
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