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Grupo Financiero Banorte is at the Forefront by Incorporating the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) model into its 2014 Annual Report

Summary: 
  • Grupo Financiero Banorte integrates the IIRC report methodology into its 2014 Annual Report.
  • The integrated report focuses on knowing the non-financial indicators that help to create value in companies.
  • This model enables readers to understand the use and interdependence of the different capitals and resources that contribute to an organization’s success.
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  • Grupo Financiero Banorte integrates the IIRC report methodology into its 2014 Annual Report.
  • The integrated report focuses on knowing the non-financial indicators that help to create value in companies.
  • This model enables readers to understand the use and interdependence of the different capitals and resources that contribute to an organization’s success.

Grupo Financiero Banorte se pone a la vanguardia al incorporar en su Informe Anual 2014 el modelo propuesto por The International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC)

Summary: 
  • Grupo Financiero Banorte incorpora en  su informe anual 2014 la metodología de reporte integrado del IIRC.
  • El reporte integrado se enfoca en conocer los indicadores extra financieros que ayudan a crear valor en las empresas.
  • Este modelo permite comprender el uso y la interdependencia de los diferentes recursos y capitales que contribuyen al éxito de una organización.
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  • Grupo Financiero Banorte incorpora en  su informe anual 2014 la metodología de reporte integrado del IIRC.
  • El reporte integrado se enfoca en conocer los indicadores extra financieros que ayudan a crear valor en las empresas.
  • Este modelo permite comprender el uso y la interdependencia de los diferentes recursos y capitales que contribuyen al éxito de una organización.

GFNorte Unveils its Annual Report 2014: Transforming Capital Into Value

Summary: 
  • This document shows the results of their economic, social and environmental performance from the investment made in its financial, intellectual, human, social and natural capitals during 2014.
  • For a second time, GFNorte’s 2014 Annual Report uses the Global Reporting Initiative’s (GRI’s) G4 reporting methodology, whose standards allow providing detailed information about the most relevant issues for stakeholders.
  • The 2014 Annual Report incorporates the model proposed by The International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC), which guided the valuation of their intangibles.
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  • This document shows the results of their economic, social and environmental performance from the investment made in its financial, intellectual, human, social and natural capitals during 2014.
  • For a second time, GFNorte’s 2014 Annual Report uses the Global Reporting Initiative’s (GRI’s) G4 reporting methodology, whose standards allow providing detailed information about the most relevant issues for stakeholders.
  • The 2014 Annual Report incorporates the model proposed by The International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC), which guided the valuation of their intangibles.

Convetit Embeds Interactive Materiality Mapping Tool Into Virtual Stakeholder Engagement ThinkTanks

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October 1, 2014 /3BL Media/ - Are you daunted by the GRI G4 requirement of engaging stakeholders to determine materiality for sustainability reporting? Convetit, a new online stakeholder engagement platform, has the solution: the Materiality Mapping Tool, which embeds an interactive matrix into virtual ThinkTanks.

Diving Deeper: Sustainability Experts Grapple with Defining Stakeholders in Day2 of Open Online #ThinkTank

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In the second day of the week-long Materiality ThinkTank, sustainability experts delved deeper into the question of how to define appropriate stakeholders for giving input on companies' materiality determinations. Participants generally agreed that companies need to synthesize and transcend the prevailing standards to come to their own choices of relevant stakeholders.

Time to Talk About the Public Interest

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The TakeAway: Current global activity about “materiality” and “multiple capitals” seek to embed environmental, social, and governance considerations within corporate and investor commitments to accountability and sustainability. But they’re the latest iteration of an ancient ethic waiting to be reborn.

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