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Service Providers Framework 2019

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Reporting frameworks/standards/guidelines

REP 02. Reporting frameworks/standards/guidelines

02.1. Indicate what reporting frameworks/ standards/ guidelines you typically use when preparing reports for clients. Tick all that apply.

02.2. Additional information. [OPTIONAL]

Selected quote from the OECD's RESPONSIBLE BUSINESS CONDUCT MATTERS:

MARKET INTEGRITY IS ESSENTIAL. Building a healthy business environment is in the interest of all stakeholders and demands effort by all. Governments have a responsibility to protect internationally recognised fundamental rights and to improve the functioning of markets through good governance, fair regulations, and transparency. Businesses have a responsibility to adopt responsible business practices that take into account both the bottom line and the impact of their activities on society. Labour and civil society have to be involved
proactively and constructively and have a key role to play in ensuring accountability. International organisations can provide a forum for dialogue, peer learning, standard setting, analysis, and best policy recommendations. The 2008 global crisis has demonstrated in no uncertain terms that markets need integrity – they need to work for people and not  the other way around.  3/27/2017. Source:  http://mneguidelines.oecd.org/MNEguidelines_RBCmatters.pdf

Selected quiote from the OECD's Principles of Corporate Governance and Methodology for Assessing the Implementation of the G20/OECD Principles of Corporate Governance: 

Experience in countries with large and active equity markets shows that disclosure can be a powerful tool for influencing the behaviour of companies and for protecting investors. A strong disclosure regime can help to attract capital and maintain confidence in the capital markets. By contrast, weak disclosure and non-transparent practices can contribute to unethical behaviour and to a loss of market integrity at great cost, not just to the company and its shareholders but also to the economy as a whole. Shareholders and potential investors require access to regular, reliable and comparable information in sufficient detail for them to assess the stewardship of management, and make informed decisions about the valuation, ownership and voting of shares. Insufficient or unclear information may hamper the ability of the markets to function, increase the cost of capital and result in a poor allocation of resources. 2/15/17. Source: 

http://www.oecd.org/corporate/principles-corporate-governance.htm


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