On Thursday 23 March 2023, the 10th edition of The Future of Corporate Reporting took place. With experts from leading companies, we discussed the ever-changing world of Corporate Reporting. This year’s theme: Public Accountability.
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We could not have planned a better timed 10-year anniversary edition. As we are all navigating the shifts in reporting obligations and the new challenges they present for organizations, our speakers had plenty to share with you on the latest developments in this space.
At this event, we discussed questions such as: has corporate reporting delivered on its promises to improve corporate accountability? How will the next decade of corporate reporting look? What developments will shape the future of corporate reporting most? Watch the sessions now to get valuable insights.
Prof. Dr. Leen Paape RA is Professor Corporate Governance at Nyenrode Business University.
He is Academic Director of the Board & Governance programs and Chairman of the Nyenrode Corporate Governance Institute. Leen has been the Dean of the University and member of the Executive Board of Nyenrode for about 10 years.
Eelco van der Enden CEO at Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), is responsible for overseeing GRI’s strategic work program and organizational management. He joined GRI as CEO in January 2022 from multinational professional services network PwC, where he was Global ESG Platform Leader for Tax, Legal, People & Organisation Services.
During his masterclass, Jelle Mattias Holwerda RA provides guidance on the standards that apply to the audit of sustainability reports, and what those standards mean for organizations.
On 1 February 2023 Chiara Del Prete has been appointed EFRAG Sustainability Reporting TEG (EFRAG SR TEG) Chair. Chiara answered our questions regarding reporting on the basis of the double materiality principle.
Martijn Bos serves as Policy Advisor Reporting & Audit at Eumedion since 2012. Eumedion is a platform for corporate governance and sustainability that represents the interests of 51 institutional investors. Martijn shared his investor perspective on the future of corporate reporting and discuss a global standard setter for non-financial reporting.
Pillar 2 is the main focus of the session of Jori Staal, Tax Automation & Reporting Specialist at Taxvibes. He shared his insights into this new global minimum tax standard.
Wietse Mol, co-founder and senior advisor at Intire will guide you through the growing Sustainability/ESG software landscape and share his main considerations when selecting a platform to collect, calculate, analyze and report your sustainability information.
The session of Gergana Videva, Tax Automation Specialist at Taxvibes, covers the current ESG requirements in Tax and the challenges that companies face when implementing those new tax transparency frameworks.
Interested in last year’s sessions? You can find them here!
Starting 1 January 2023 multinationals are required to make all new calculations for Pillar 2. This ambitious timeline for implementation combined with new complex calculations require companies to take quick action. We developed a Pillar 2 model to make the calculations and assess the impact of the new rules.