This two-day course provides an introduction to, and overview of, integrated reporting in the public sector.
Governments are signing up to challenging climate change action targets, and other ‘green’ objectives, with considerable implications for public financial management. This course reviews best practice across the public sector, enabling you to assess your and your organisations’ priorities and development needs.
This course looks at the impact of climate change on financial statements prepared in accordance with IFRS Standards, both today and into the future. Climate change is already implicitly addressed in existing standards and there are now clear demands that companies explicitly provide this information in their annual reports.
This interactive course will enable managers in the private and public sector to understand and apply a range of standards and tools underpinning Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) reporting. This course includes practical work with a number of key standards and frameworks used for ESG disclosures and reporting.
This 4-hour course is a great introduction to the world of ESG reporting. It provides a high-level overview of the main standards and frameworks that are used to produce sustainability reports and will enable you to direct organisational efforts to adapt to ESG requirements.
This two-day course provides an overview of an introduction to the major international sustainability reporting standardisation initiatives (e.g. GRI, the UN Global Compact, AA1000, Sigma project, ISO26000).
As business moves towards more transparent reporting on non-financial information (such as sustainability reporting), the auditing profession must adapt to provide assurance over this information. This course enables auditors to understand the concept, process and requirements of non-financial assurance engagements in compliance with ISAE3000(R).
This 6-hour in person course is a great introduction to the world of ESG reporting. It provides a high-level overview of the main standards and frameworks that are used to produce sustainability reports and will enable you to direct organisational efforts to adapt to ESG requirements.
The use of ESG investment themes, ESG ratings and ESG indices has caused rapid change in securities issuing and investing. Everyone in the asset management industry and its supply chain need to be able to speak ESG with confidence. This course is the best starting point for someone already familiar with the asset management industry.
ESG investing is changing the way equity and debt issuers talk up their investment case. Everyone from corporate reporting staff to investment analysts need to be prepared for a changing vocabulary, a changing narrative and a changed workflow. This course will provide the best starting point for someone not familiar with the inner workings of the asset management industry.