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  • Service: Audit, Financial Statement Audit, Accounting Advisory Services, Climate Change & Accounting Assurance, Advisory, Risk Consulting, Climate Change & Sustainability Services, Work, Health & Safety Services, Topics, Climate Change
  • Industry: Financial Services, Energy & Natural Resources, Mining, Oil & Gas, Justice & Security
  • Type: Survey report
  • Date: 10/12/2013

Corporate Responsibility Reporting Survey 2013 

There has been a dramatic increase in Corporate Responsibility (CR) reporting rates in Asia Pacific over the last 2 years. The eighth edition of the KPMG Survey of Corporate Responsibility Reporting 2013 surveyed 4,100 companies across 41 countries.
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This survey provides a snapshot of current national, global and industry trends and insights in Corporate Responsibility reporting.

 

Key insights

  • CR reporting has evolved into a mainstream business practice over the last 2 decades – undertaken by 71 percent of companies surveyed in 2013.
  • An analysis of the CR reports of the world’s largest 100 and 250 companies.
  • The average quality of Australian companies’ reports rated highly at 70 percent.
  • Six key types of risks companies face from social and environmental megaforces.
  • Seventy-eight percent of reporting companies worldwide refer to the Global Reporting Initiative reporting guidelines.
  • Large companies appear to be reporting on materiality and strategy, but more transparency is needed on the materiality process.

 

 

           

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