Is this the reporting template of the future?

Itaú Unibanco's Integrated Report 2013 provides a clear insight into the company's capitals.

To guide readers, the report uses navigation icons, which represents the company's capitals throughout.

The report also provides its own interpretation of the six capitals, based on the International <IR> Framework, and the relation of those capitals to the organization's business model.

Each features a dedicated section offering contextual information, key statistics and a succinct explanatory narrative.  You can view this here

http://examples.theiirc.org/fragment/217

Well worth reviewing.

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Comment by Mary Adams on July 1, 2014 at 9:49am

Hi Paul - Yes, I like this a lot. And I do think that the capitals idea is giving everyone a way to connect the dots between environmental and organizational sustainability.  I have been craving more discussion about this. IIRC isn't really set up to have an on-line conversation. Maybe we can help out?  Mary

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