The formation of the environmental and socio-economic reporting system in Russia and the EAEU will be discussed at the Second All-Russian Conference "NON-FINANCIAL REPORTING"

AK&M 01 November 2022 11:36

The Second All-Russian Conference "NON-FINANCIAL REPORTING" will be held in Moscow on November 25. The theme of the conference is "The formation of a system of environmental and socio–economic reporting in Russia and in the EAEU space". The organizer is the AK&M News Agency.

Combining the efforts of the EAEU countries in the development of a unified system of environmental and socio-economic (non-financial) reporting is an important step in the formation of a single economic space. Economic efficiency from the introduction of responsible business management and environmental management should become a driving force in expanding the practice of implementing sustainable development approaches not only in the largest companies, but also in medium and small businesses. At the same time, each subject of economic activity should be interested in providing reliable data and reliable non-financial reporting. Only under such conditions, the practice of implementing sustainable development approaches will be of value for both business and society.

The conference raises issues of reporting standards, data collection technology, and industry-specific information presentation. Attention is paid to one of the most popular issues - obtaining reliable data using modern digital platforms and technical means.

The conference will be attended by relevant government agencies, providers of non-financial reporting standards, development institutes, consulting and research companies, leading Russian enterprises and banks, IT platform developers, educational organizations, rating agencies and other verification companies.

The conference will be held in face-to-face and remote format. Venue: MARRIOTT ROYAL AURORA HOTEL. Registration is open on the official website of the project.


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