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Reinforces the importance of intangibles – reputation, brands, intellectual property – and challenges those leading the debate on our national economic policy.
Integrated reporting helps provide a more holistic view of an organisation’s performance.
IPOs, Organisational and Management Accounting Change in Listed Chinese State-Owned Enterprises
March 3, 2014 - Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, Cardiff University, King’s College London, University of International Business and Economics
This paper investigates how management accounting and control practices change in listed Chinese state-owned enterprises following initial public offerings to stock exchanges.
Examines the financial performance of state owned enterprises in emerging economies, with specific reference to Pakistan Rail, and highlights the factors that have contributed to its poor financial performance.
Explores and reconciles divergent approaches in business model reporting with the aim of reaching a common, widely-accepted definition of the business model for use in integrated reporting.
Video explaining how integrated reporting is vital to help build a more resilient and successful organizations, from the CIMA’s chief executive, Charles Tilley, and chief accounting officer, Russell Picot.
Offers suggestions on how companies can adopt a new reporting structure that integrates key governance information with the rest of their business reporting; implement, measure, and communicate sound business principles; and tell the governance story, while also ensuring compliance with relevant codes and legislation.
- Dragging Australia’s Financial Reporting Regime into the 21st Century
August 26, 2015
- IFRS and Vietnamese Accounting Standards: Critical Differences
August 26, 2015 - CFO Innovation
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August 19, 2015 - Accounting Today
- Jordan Becomes First Country in the Region to Adopt IPSAS
August 12, 2015 - IINA
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