Preparing Future-Ready Professionals

Principles for Effective Business Reporting Processes

International Good Practice Guidance

Jan 17, 2013 | Guidance & Support Tools
26 Pages
ISBN 978-1-60815-138-7

All available Translations: Polish Romanian Spanish-Latin America

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This International Good Practice Guidance from the IFAC Professional Accountants in Business (PAIB) Committee helps organizations enhance their reporting processes and discusses the key issues professional accountants in business need to address when implementing effective reporting processes in their organization. At the heart of the new guidance are 11 key principles for evaluating and improving business reporting processes, which are complemented by practical guidance outlining the critical arrangements that need to be in place for effective business reporting.

This guidance was written for all organizations, regardless of their size or structure, private or public, to address the need for effective reporting processes to produce high-quality reports.

An executive summary is also available.


International Good Practice Guidance



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