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Do you know what your company's external reporting strategy is?

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Do you know what corporate information should be disclosed externally?

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External corporate reporting is more than just an annual integrated and sustainability report. It includes all information shared on the website and other communication mediums.

To develop a robust and responsive external reporting and disclosure strategy, consider these five tips:

  1. Tailor your reporting strategy to address the information needs of your stakeholders
  2. Apply globally recognised reporting standards and frameworks to ensure robust and relevant reporting
  3. Determine the appropriate frequency of reporting and ensure timely disclosures, especially for information that is time-sensitive or market-critical
  4. Maintain a high level of transparency and accuracy in your reports to build trust and credibility
  5. Include a stakeholder feedback mechanism to improve future reports and demonstrate stakeholder responsiveness

Our experienced reporting strategists can assist in developing comprehensive external and internal reporting strategies that will address the needs of all your stakeholders.

Reporting and disclosures should ideally be guided by statutory requirements and globally accepted reporting standards and frameworks. In addition, consider these three tips:

  1. Reporting should meet regulatory and legal requirements while adding value to the business, aiding in strategic decision-making and operational improvements
  2. Disclosures should address the information needs of stakeholders (e.g., shareholders, customers, communities and employees), going beyond statutory disclosures to provide transparency and engage with these groups
  3. Companies can use reporting as a strategic tool to communicate performance, challenges, and prospects, thereby building stakeholder trust and enhancing its reputation

Our skilled reporting strategists can provide training and onboarding for any reporting standard or framework, including The International <IR> Framework, JSE Listings Requirements, Companies Act, the King IV Code™, sustainability standards and others.

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Do you know

Do you know what your company's external reporting strategy is?

External corporate reporting is more than just an annual integrated and sustainability report. It includes all information shared on the website and other communication mediums.

To develop a robust and responsive external reporting and disclosure strategy, consider these five tips:

  1. Tailor your reporting strategy to address the information needs of your stakeholders
  2. Apply globally recognised reporting standards and frameworks to ensure robust and relevant reporting
  3. Determine the appropriate frequency of reporting and ensure timely disclosures, especially for information that is time-sensitive or market-critical
  4. Maintain a high level of transparency and accuracy in your reports to build trust and credibility
  5. Include a stakeholder feedback mechanism to improve future reports and demonstrate stakeholder responsiveness

Our experienced reporting strategists can assist in developing comprehensive external and internal reporting strategies that will address the needs of all your stakeholders.

Do you know what corporate information should be disclosed externally?

Reporting and disclosures should ideally be guided by statutory requirements and globally accepted reporting standards and frameworks. In addition, consider these three tips:

  1. Reporting should meet regulatory and legal requirements while adding value to the business, aiding in strategic decision-making and operational improvements
  2. Disclosures should address the information needs of stakeholders (e.g., shareholders, customers, communities and employees), going beyond statutory disclosures to provide transparency and engage with these groups
  3. Companies can use reporting as a strategic tool to communicate performance, challenges, and prospects, thereby building stakeholder trust and enhancing its reputation

Our skilled reporting strategists can provide training and onboarding for any reporting standard or framework, including The International <IR> Framework, JSE Listings Requirements, Companies Act, the King IV Code™, sustainability standards and others.

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