Introduction to Integrated Reporting 2019
This live 5-part webinar series is primarily designed for individuals who want to understand Integrated Reporting, including integrated thinking and the benefits it can bring to an organisation e.g. directors, senior executive and other managers who are interested in a high level overview of the what is happening in business reporting, the move towards integrated and strategic reporting and the benefits.
Introduction to Integrated Reporting is designed to give participants an understanding of Integrated Reporting, including integrated thinking, and the benefits it can bring to an organisation. The topics covered in this training include:
|One||9 May 2019||12pm-1pm AEST|
|Two||16 May 2019||12pm-1pm AEST|
|Three||23 May 2019||12pm-1pm AEST|
|Four||30 May 2019||12pm-1pm AEST|
|Five||6 June 2019||12pm-1pm AEST|
Upon satisfactory completion of the series, you will be able to present the business case for the introduction to Integrated Reporting, including integrated thinking, to an organisation. You will also be able to explain the fundamental concepts of value creation, the capitals, and the value creation process to an organisation, as well as describing the requirements of International
This is a live 5-part webinar series. If you can't make the live session, you will receive a copy of the recording within 1 hour of the live webinar taking place.
Nick Ridehalgh FCA, GAICD is currently a partner at KPMG, leading their Better Business Reporting practice. For more than 18 years, Nick has focused on supporting organisations seeking to move towards value-based decision making and reporting. Nick was a member of the IIRC’s working group that developed the global
Kylie Dumble CA is an Associate Director in KPMG’s CFO Advisory practice and specialises in Better Business Reporting, a service designed to assist companies improve their end-to-end internal and external reporting and partner with them on their journey towards Integrated Reporting. Kylie spent 18 months on secondment with the IIRC where she assisted with the technical development of the
Michael Bray FCA has 40 years’ experience in providing assurance and advisory services at KPMG, including 27 years as an audit partner. He has extensive boardroom and C-Suite experience as an audit partner and advisor. He works with clients and advises on their corporate reporting and reports, including financial reports, integrated reports and regulatory reporting. Michael specialises in the corporate reporting change agenda, and leading teams in working through that agenda with clients. He is an IIRC Board Member and an IIRC Ambassador in Australia. He also leads the IIRC-endorsed training program in Integrated Reporting at Deakin University. He works closely with John Stanhope and Nick Ridehalgh is driving the Business Reporting Leaders Forum.
Topic: Business Mindset
Sub-Topic: Business Reporting, Financial Modelling, Financial Reporting
Proficiency Level: Intermediate, Advanced
CPD: 5 hours