A journey towards integration

Several major Australian businesses, including NAB and Stockland, are joining growing global momentum for integrated reporting, measuring environmental and social impacts, writes Roger Simnett and Sarah Adams.

Integrated Reporting continues to build in momentum across the world. The International Integrated Reporting Committee’s discussion paper was only released back in September; however a lack of an established framework has not held back some organisations from progressing with their own integrated reporting journey.

Recently, KMPG has found that 25 per cent of the world’s 250 largest companies have adopted some form of integrated reporting in their most recent reports (with 62 per cent of these claiming to integrate sustainability in their core business).

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