3 Why Integrated Reporting? Australia 212 all out Sri Lanka180 for 6 in 42 overs Who is likely to win the match? What is the state of the pitch? Is the ball turning a lot? Who is at the crease? What is the current partnership? How many overs have their weaker bowlers got to bowl? In other words, one would want to assess the State of Play
4 Why Integrated Reporting? 1)Need to know the State of Play
5 Courtesy of IIRC The percentage of market value represented by physical and financial assets versus intangible factors, some of which are explained within financial statements, but many of which are not.
6 Why Integrated Reporting? 1)Need to know the State of Play 2)Corporate Valuations
7 The world has changed – Reporting must too Source – WBCSD Vision 2050 The world population is increasingly urban Global population by type of area and by region: 1950-2050 Global economic power is shifting Top 10 economies by GDP in 2050 The global middle class is rapidly expanding Population in low- and middle-income countries earning $4,000-$17,000 per capita (purchasing power parity) Greenhouse gas emissions keep rising GHG emissions by regions Environmental degradation jeopardises peoples quality of life People living in areas of water stress by level of stress The world could be running out of some resources Global supply forecasts according to the implied ultimate recoverable resources of conventional oil, date of peak production and the post- peak aggregate decline rate Growth Degradation Source: UN Population Division, World Population Prospects: The 2008 Revision, 2008 Source: Goldman Sachs, BRICs and Beyond, 2007Source: World Bank, Global Economic Prospects, 2007 Source: UN Population Division, World Population Prospects: The 2008 Revision, 2008Source: Goldman Sachs, BRICs and Beyond, 2007Source: World Bank, Global Economic Prospects, 2007
8 Why Integrated Reporting? 1)Need to know the State of Play 2)Corporate Valuations 3)The World has changed
9 The IIRC The International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) Is there a universally recognized guideline published on Integrated Reporting? Not yet. The International Integrated Reporting Framework is due for publication towards end 2013.
10 What is Integrated Reporting? A process that brings together material information about an organizations strategy, governance, performance and prospects in a way that reflects the commercial, social and environmental context within which it operates. (IIRC)
11 What is an Integrated Report? A single report that provides a clear and concise representation of how an organization demonstrates stewardship and how it creates and sustains value. (IIRC)
13 Resources and relationships or capitals Financial capital: The pool of funds available to the organization. Manufactured capital: Manufactured physical objects, as distinct from natural physical objects. Human capital: Peoples skills and experience, and their motivations to innovate. Intellectual capital: Intangibles that provide competitive advantage. Natural capital: Includes water, land, minerals, and forests; and biodiversity and eco-system health. Social capital: The institutions and relationships established within and between each community, group of stakeholders and other networks to enhance individual and collective well-being. Includes an organizations social license to operate.
14 Fundamental Concepts A.Capitals B.The Business Models C.Creating and Preserving Value 14
15 Key Words A.Non- Financial Capitals B.Business Model C.Creating or Preserving Value C.Strategic Focus D.Future Orientation E.Connectivity of Information F.Stakeholder Inclusiveness
16 Integrated Reporting – Future Needs A Framework/ Guideline Develop Measurement Mechanisms. Overcome problems that may be faced in providing the context for Non- financial information in conglomerates. Performance Management to recognize multiple capital formation. Pay for performance to include multiple capital formation. Risk Management reports to be more inclusive Development and or refinement of existing Assurance Services