Official Integrated Reporting Convention 2017 was held on 12-13 October in Amsterdam

250 business leaders and investors have met in Amsterdam for the Official Integrated Reporting Convention 2017: “Unlocking value for future fit organizations”.

Delegates have shared their experiences and participated to panels to hear from leaders in the field to receive insights into market trends, the impact of , approaches to materiality, and how to navigate the corporate reporting landscape.

There were also discussion sessions that reflect the latest thinking of the Special Interest Groups, such as 'Hidden Capitals: Are you undervaluing your biggest asset?' and 'Informing strategy with integrated thinking'. These market-led special interest groups, which are sub groups of Business Network, are bringing together organizations committed to to finding new and powerful solutions to challenges facing them as they change the way they think, plan and report the story of their business.

  • In the hidden capitals session, delegates heard from Satriun Group, the World Business Council for Sustainable Development and AECA about how to integrate your organization's value creation model and reporting with human, intellectual and social factors. They will also explore why this information is increasingly necessary to management and the board, investor modeling and decision making.
  • In the session looking at informing strategy with integrated thinking, experiences shared with participants by Tim Haywood, HRH Prince of Wales Ambassador for Responsible Business; The World Bank, the Natural Capital Coalition and the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants about developing strategy across multiple capitals and time-frames. They also looked at addressing the twin challenges of governance and performance management.
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