Evolving corporate reporting landscape: Sustainability reporting, integrated reporting, and environmental, social and governance reporting

Find out about the three sets of voluntary reporting and related guidance: integrated reporting, sustainability reporting and ESG reporting.

Event Details

Location and date:
Online On-Demand Event

With growing demands from investors and other stakeholders for more information and transparency from companies, the corporate reporting landscape is changing. There is a push for more reporting by companies on their priorities, plans and performance related to sustainability (environmental, social, economic), and their value creation over time.

This free webinar will focus on three types of voluntary reporting and related guidance:

  • sustainability reporting
  • integrated reporting
  • environmental, social and governance (ESG) disclosures

It will also discuss how these sets of guidance compare to each other and to Management’s Discussion and Analysis (MD&A), in particular to the principles and disclosure framework in Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada)’s MD&A Guidance.

This webinar is an excellent starting point for gaining a broad view of sustainability reporting, integrated reporting and ESG reporting suggested for U.S. filings.

Additional options and pricing may be available. See pricing and registration for more details.



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Topics include:

  • a discussion of the evolving corporate reporting landscape in a Canadian and global context
  • an overview of the three types of voluntary reporting, and reporting frameworks and guidance related to each type:
    • sustainability reporting and the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Guidelines
    • integrated reporting and the IIRC Integrated Reporting Framework
    • environmental, social and governance disclosures in Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) filings and Sustainability Accounting Standards Board’s (SASB) standards
  • a discussion of each type of reporting guidance, which will:
    • describe the reporting subject matter and its related purpose
    • outline the intended users of this reported information
    • provide the source of the guidance/framework/standard
    • outline at a high level the structure and key features of the reporting guidance
    • describe the level of acceptance and uptake of the guidance
    • discuss the alignment of the guidance with MD&A reporting relative to the 2014 CPA publication Management’s Discussion and Analysis — Guidance on preparation and disclosure
    • compare the three voluntary types of reporting guidance at a high level

Who should attend?

  • preparers
  • reporting teams
  • boards of directors
  • audit committees
  • investor relations officers
  • legal counsel
  • practitioners
  • investor analysts

Please refer to two featured resources for this webinar, the recently issued CPA Canada publications:

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Contacts

Please contact:

CPA Canada Professional Learning and Development Customer Service
Tel: 1-888-337-3242
Email: pld@cpacanada.ca

Highlights

Update your knowledge and strengthen your network at this must-attend conference covering the most important issues and trends affecting audit committee members.

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