Corporate sustainability is one of the big trends in financial reporting. Unfortunately, much of it is badly explained and confusing, says one national media journalist. Nick Huber, an experienced freelance journalist, who has written about corporate sustainability for the Financial Times and accountancy publications, will say that management accountants are ideally placed to improve the quality of sustainability reporting and by doing so create new career opportunities for themselves and their businesses.
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Corporate sustainability is one of the big trends in financial reporting. Unfortunately, a lot of sustainability reporting is an alphabet soup of acronyms and buzzwords, says one national media journalist. Nick Huber, an experienced freelance journalist, who has written about corporate sustainability for the Financial Times and accountancy publications, will argue that management accountants can improve the quality of sustainability reporting and create new career opportunities for themselves and their businesses.
In his presentation, Nick will talk about his journalism experience of reporting on sustainability, the frustration of trying to untangle the jargon and compare companies’ sustainability based on reports. He will discuss why so many slightly different guidelines and standards and frameworks for sustainability reporting can be confusing for journalists and everyone involved in the reports.
He’ll also talk about how sustainability will become increasingly important in management accounting. Improving its quality and making it more accessible requires excellent communication skills as well as traditional accounting and financial reporting skills, Nick will argue.
Speaker: Nick Huber is an experienced freelance business journalist. He specialises in writing about technology, fintech, and professional services, and has extensive experience writing about corporate sustainability and how companies report on it. During his career of more than 20 years, he has reported for some of the world’s biggest media organisations, including the BBC, Financial Times, Telegraph, The Guardian, and trade magazines including Accountancy Age and Computer Weekly. He also advises companies on how to improve their communication and content marketing (e.g., blogs, White Papers and reports).