Site news

Picture of Admin User
Integrated Reporting and Sustainability Accounting Standards (SASB Standards)
by Admin User - Friday, 30 December 2016, 4:16 AM

Corporate Financial Reporting is maturing by bringing in additional dimensions to the reports. It is widely accepted that Financial Reports give focus only towards the financial capital. On the other hand, an entity employs other types of capitals as well. Those types of capitals are classified into Physical Capital, Social Capital, Intellectual Capital, Natural Capital and Human Capital. Since an entity employs all these capitals, it becomes essential that an entity reports how these capitals are utilized in creation of value over short, medium and long term. Another dimension that is being required to be reported upon is an entity's ability to sustain over a long period of time. These perspectives are being addressed by two not-for-profit organizations established in UK and the US, respectively known as The International Integrated Reporting Council and the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board. 

This course enables participants to gain understanding and insights into the frameworks developed by both the organizations. Knowledge of these frameworks would enable the participants get duly recognized in global and multinational corporations.

To know more about this program, you may write to "" 

Alternatively, you may leave your details in the following link along with the information required from us.