How does your corporate reporting measure up?

The results of our annual Awards of Excellence in Corporate Reporting have been announced, and this year’s winners stand out for their innovative and thorough storytelling. Is your organization a contender?

What makes for a winner in corporate reporting? Canada’s top corporate reporters bring their stories to life with information that is complete, cohesive and contextual. Our Awards of Excellence in Corporate Reporting proudly celebrates listed companies and Crown organizations that set the bar for excellence.

The 2017 award winners were announced on December 6th at the awards gala held in Toronto, Ontario.

Twenty-seven organizations were honoured, with Barrick Gold Corporation, BMO Financial Group, Goldcorp and Teck leading the way with Platinum Awards. Take a look at the other companies in the winner’s circle.

“We are proud to acknowledge the remarkable work of this year’s top reporters,” says Joy Thomas, president and CEO, CPA Canada. “High-quality corporate reporting inspires trust, enhances accountability and helps protect the public interest.”

We couldn’t do it without the dedicated judges! Sincere appreciation to the 2017 Judging Panel. And, of course, thanks to our corporate sponsors for helping make it all happen.

Don’t forget to check out the Judges’ Book – it’s a great resource and profiles all the winners.

Valuable feedback

A major value-add for the program comes in the form of the confidential report card that each entrant receives, providing valuable feedback from the judges to help them take their reporting to the next level.

If you are in the corporate reporting field and work with a listed company or Crown organization, take this quick quiz to see how your reporting measures up against the winners. 

Contact Bernie Sutton if you want to be notified when entries open in May.

Corporate Reporting Awards Survey

First, tell us a little bit about you and the company you work for.

2. What area of reporting are you involved in? (You can choose more than one.)