Results for Reporting

What assures stakeholders?

What assures stakeholders?

July 20, 2006 Research into what assures readers of corporate non-financial reports and new GRI sector guidelines have been published. Meanwhile a group of 11 NGOs has pledged to comply with a code of conduct aimed at creating greater accountability in the not-for-profit sector. Read more >
OFR revisited

OFR revisited

May 18, 2006 The OFR affair has certainly brought the importance of non-financial reporting to the public's attention. But the resulting confusion has been a distraction for companies wanting to produce accurate and in-depth accounts on their impacts. Read more >
OFR by any other name?

OFR by any other name?

May 18, 2006 Are the business reviews that companies will be required to produce under the Company Law Reform Bill, currently being debated in Parliament, operating and financial reviews by any other name? Briefing investigates... Read more >
Government confirms OFR abolition

Government confirms OFR abolition

May 04, 2006 Government ministers lay the Company Law Reform Bill before Parliament, including proposals not to force companies to produce operating and financial reviews, 'streamlined' narrative reporting requirements and an outline of directors' duties. Read more >
Reporting round-up issue 86

Reporting round-up issue 86

March 16, 2006 Defra launches new guidelines for reporting on environmental impacts for businesses, ACCA announces the winners of its UK Awards for Sustainability Reporting and Freshfields scores a first for social reporting in the legal world. Read more >
A matter of trust

A matter of trust

March 16, 2006 Two new surveys indicate that that while the public trusts global companies less and less, 'super' not-for-profits like Amnesty and WWF are gaining credibility. But, Briefing comments, these surveys do no make the distinction between different types of trust. Read more >
The Communicator

The Communicator

February 13, 2006 Lucie Sinclair of communications consultancy CO3 sets the scene for a series of articles on corporate responsibility communications. Read more >
‘Recalibrating’ reporting requirements

‘Recalibrating’ reporting requirements

January 02, 2006 Welcome to the wacky world of top level government decision-making, when careful deliberation since March 1998 by company law reform experts is torn up in a Friday afternoon brainstorm by speech writers and spin doctors. Read more >