Financial accounting & reporting
Course - Online
Integrated Reporting, or <IR>, is a new approach to corporate reporting that helps organizations tell a better story, to investors and others, about how it creates value. Integrated financing reporting can be a real competitive advantage – and this course will make you the go-to person to make it happen. IR is about sharing information on your organisation’s strategy, business model, governance, performance and future prospects effectively within a broader economic context. And all of that calls for integrated thinking too – which can create even more value still, as well as better career prospects for you.
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Integrated Reporting is a new approach to corporate reporting. It provides a format to share relevant information about an organization’s strategy, business model, governance, performance and future prospects effectively within a broader economic context.
Accredited by the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC), this online self-study certificate program will ensure you understand the benefits of Integrated Reporting for your organization, develop your knowledge of the IIRC’s International Framework and prepare you to successfully implement Integrated Reporting.
This CPD program is eligible for a digital badge. Find out more about Digital Badges from the CGMA Store.
This product is licensed by the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) and requires the completion of an IIRC survey (to be sent by us) in order to obtain a certificate from the IIRC.
This Course - Online offers 13.5 hours of CPE credit.
Note on CPE Requirements and Credits
All learning resources available in the CGMA Store qualify for CPD for CIMA members.
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