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INFLUENCE: The new Integrated Reporting Framework

The International Integrated Reporting Framework (IIRC) released its Framework in December 2013. The Framework is primarily geared to the private sector, but it can be applied by not-for-profit and public sector organisations. The Framework incorporates the public comments submitted to the IIRC on the draft Framework of April 2013. The Framework is available on www.sustainabilitysa.org…

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VIEWPOINT: Responsible Investing

Socially responsible investing (SRI) is a growing international trend, though many private individuals are still under the illusion that SRI constitutes a cost. In fact, research abounds to prove that it substantially enhances investment returns. Therefore it is both possible and logical that investors satisfy their personal social ideals without compromising returns by investing in…

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UP-TO-DATE: Keeping you informed of business today

SOUTH AFRICA: INVESTOR’S HANDBOOK Deloitte recently released the updated 2013/14 edition of South Africa: Investor’s Handbook, which was produce in conjunction with the Department of Trade and Industry (the dti). South Africa has a number of characteristics that make it a compelling investment destination on the African continent. The handbook provides investors with a broad…

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ANALYSIS: Trade receivables IAS 39 vs IFRS 9

Many companies sell goods or services on credit to customers resulting in the recognition of trade receivables in their financial records. This type of financial asset is currently measured by most companies in terms of the International Accounting Standard 39 Financial Instruments: Recognition and Measurement (IAS 39). However, the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) is…

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