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ESG & Other Emerging Technology Applications

  • Sean Stein Smith
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Part of the Future of Business and Finance book series (FBF)

Abstract

Integrated reporting, at the basis of the idea, is a comprehensive reporting framework that reflects both the increasing interest from stakeholders in understanding both how an organization generates results, but also how these results are created (Zhou et al. 2017). Without diving too much into the technical weeds and details associated with integrated reporting, it can be summarized as a methodology to report financial and operational data to external stakeholders. The core of this reporting framework, which has been adopted by a variety of organizations across industry lines on an international basis, can be summarized and highlighted via the multiple capital model. Even the name of the multiple capital model itself appears to connect the concept of more comprehensive reporting to the financial services profession, and includes a wide variety of information. Drilling down into the multiple capital model itself is logical, both from a tactical approach for financial services professionals as well as a strategic headset (Fig. 14.1).

Keywords

Non-financial reporting Emerging technology Multiple capital model Adidas Coca-Cola Consulting Industry specific platforms Risk assessment 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Sean Stein Smith
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  1. 1.Lehman College, CUNYBronxUSA

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