1 minute read 26 Sep 2019
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How the annual report can help engage stakeholders and restore trust

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EY UK

Multidisciplinary professional services organisation

1 minute read 26 Sep 2019

With new reporting requirements starting in December 2019, we can help companies navigate recent changes and prepare for their next year end.

Annual reporting in 2018/19: Engaging stakeholders, restoring trust is the sixth edition of EY’s annual review of FTSE 350 annual reports and accounts (ARAs).

Although the first reporting against new requirements, brought in by the 2018 Code and MRR, will start in earnest in December 2019; it has been encouraging to see that some companies have already made a head start in certain areas.

Our report identifies some of these early reporting practices and provides our views on what good reporting and corporate governance practice looks like. We also suggest how companies can develop their reporting to prepare for their next year end and realise the aims of the recent changes.

The report focuses on key new areas of the new legislation, including:

  • Articulating purpose and culture
  • Stakeholder engagement and s172 reporting
  • Board evaluations and talent planning
  • Emerging risks
  • Broadened responsibilities of the remuneration committee.

We hope our report will provide practical insights whether you are a director, ARA preparer or investor.

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Summary

Our sixth annual review of FTSE 350 annual reports and accounts looks at good reporting and corporate governance practice, and how companies can navigate recent reporting changes and prepare for their next year end.

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