Corporate controversies and failures have shone a spotlight on the role of corporate reporting in a healthy economy. As investor expectations increase and regulatory activity is strengthened, elevating the quality of your reporting is an opportunity to build trust, reputation and confidence.
The fifth in our series of ‘Deciphering best practice’ papers focuses on Business models which are typically the most poorly executed part of an annual report despite being one of the most important. The classic ‘washing machine’ infographic, where inputs go in, something happens to it and out pops value has proliferated in recent years. This has been mainly driven by the language used in the Guidance on the Strategic Report which asks for companies to ‘identity key resources and relationships that support the generation and preservation of value’.
Read our best practice paper to discover some top tips on how to move your reporting forward in this area.
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