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This report is the last in a four-part series examining what investors want from corporate reporting and how organisations are responding to their needs. Read the article
Real-time reporting would give companies ‘halo effect’, ACCA study shows
Selected companies that were recognised for excellence in corporate disclosures by SSE have been interviewed to showcase their best practices.
Joint research by ACCA and ACRA focuses on how to improve the quality of financial reporting in companies
The International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) has issued the Consultation Draft of the International Integrated Reporting Framework
Understanding Investors - 07 June 2013
Investors are less trustful of corporate reports since the global financial crisis according to new research from ACCA
IFRS in China - 26 February 2013
New research from ACCA shows international accounting standards in China bring greater transparency for investors and benefit economy
Impact of IFRS - By Ian Welch, Head of policy, 09 January 2013
'Businesses around the world are starting to feel bottom-line benefits from the spread of global accounting standards' reports ACCA’s Ian Welch
Global alignment: Islamic Finance - 27 November 2012
The rapid global growth in Islamic finance has led to a number of reporting issues and challenges, notably the question of how it fits into the global IFRS framework
ACCA has over 100 years' experience of working with the SME sector. We lobby governments, regulators and standard setters in the long-term interest of a healthy SME sector, and we support professional accountants so they can continue to function as the sector’s most trusted business advisers and finance managers.
If you’re interested in corporate reporting, you may like to read some articles and reports held in our technical library.
The future of corporate reporting is currently the subject of considerable debate. Financial reporting standards have been criticised for over-complexity and requiring more and more disclosures, sparking accusations that reports are too long and not fit for purpose.
An important part of ACCA's institutional work is to contribute to the debate on technical issues affecting business and accountancy and to represent the interest of its members in relation to the legislation and professional standards that they have to comply with in their work.