Integrated Reporting & Sustainability – Developing an Organizational Function (Advanced)

This is the third of a series of three courses that addresses Integrated reporting and sustainability. Building upon the concepts of the first and second courses, it reviews specific case examples of private organizations and public accounting firms that have developed organizational functions in integrated reporting and sustainability, and derives practical recommendations for businesses that wish to do so.

Learning Objectives

Recognize the managerial and administrative challenges of implementing functions of integrated reporting and sustainability in their own firms, and will possess the analytical capability to evaluate such opportunities

Major Topics
  • Integrated reports that have been issued by global corporations and subjected to assurance activities by public accounting firms
  • Sustainability reports that have been issued by public accounting firms in regards to their own activities
  • Examples of customized industry reports from specific business sectors and fields
  • A role-playing case that integrates business valuation, sustainability, internal control and risk, and ethics considerations

Who Should Attend

Accountants, auditors, and analysts with an interest in integrated reporting and sustainability

Fields of Study


Intergrated Reporting and Sustainability – Concepts and Practices (Basic) or Integrated Reporting and Sustainability – Public Reporting and Assurance (Intermediate) or familiarity with that subject matter

Business Learning Institute

CPE Credits


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