Integrating the Business Reporting Supply Chain - Summary of Key Recommendations

Mar 08, 2011 | Surveys & Reports
6 Pages

High-quality business reporting lies at the heart of strong capital markets and sustainable economic growth. All those involved in the business reporting supply chain play a critical role in making business reports more relevant, understandable, and reliable. This will enable the various stakeholders who use those reports to make informed decisions with respect to an organization’s social, environmental, and economic performance.

IFAC’s recent interviews with key business leaders from around the globe capture recommendations on governance, financial reporting, financial auditing, and broader business reporting from prominent preparers, directors, auditors, standard setters, regulators, and investors, made in light of the financial crisis.

This summary publications lists the key recommendations from interviewees.

Unless otherwise stated, the recommendations in this report apply to all organizations and businesses. The recommendations in this report represent those interviewed, not IFAC.

The full Integrating the Business Reporting Supply Chain is also available.


Integrating the Business Reporting Supply Chain (PDF | 608K)
A Summary of Key Recommendations
Date: Mar 23, 2011
Author: IFAC


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