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Bringing corporate culture to life in reporting
Geo-political events and corporate scandals over the past year have sparked a global debate around corporate culture and its impact on value creation. The Netherlands has been no exception and, with effect from financial years starting on or after 1 January 2017, companies will be required to implement a change in the Corporate Governance code with regards to reporting on their corporate culture.
As a stakeholder communications company helping international organisations to produce award winning annual reports, Black Sun has certainly seen culture move up the agenda in terms of client priorities.
The objective of the seminar is to share with you the findings of Black Sun's recent research, Reporting on Corporate Culture, and look at some practical suggestions for how you can best communicate your culture story throughout your report. An investor will also share what they are looking for in terms of reporting on corporate culture.
Time: 09:00 until 12:00
Location: ING, Bijlmerplein 888, Amsterdam
The event will cover:
The latest research into reporting on corporate culture
Practical examples looking at how companies are currently reporting on corporate culture
Tips, tools and suggestions for how to report on corporate culture from committing to good corporate culture to evidencing how culture is being embedded
What investors are looking for in terms of companies reporting on corporate culture, why it is important for them and how they use this information?
Anne Kirkeby, Lead Corporate Reporting Consultant, Black Sun
Anne Kirkeby leads the research and strategy team of six which undertakes research and advises largely FTSE 350 clients on best practice and emerging trends in corporate reporting. Prior to working at Black Sun, Anne spent a decade working in fund management with a focus on ESG analysis and company engagement.
Guest speaker from the investor community (tbc)
The Coaching Day will be free of charge compliments of the EACD, Black Sun and ING.