Financial Reporting Lab seeks views on future projects

Just a week after news that the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) is to be disbanded, its financial reporting lab is seeking views on the reporting topics that it should select for its projects over the next few years

Set up by the FRC in 2011, the lab’s role is to provide an environment where investors and companies can come together to develop innovative solutions to improve the effectiveness of corporate reporting.  Its most recent publication looked at artificial intelligence and corporate reporting.

It is now asking for participants for a short survey designed to take five minutes to complete.

Phil Fitz-Gerald, director of the financial reporting lab, said: ‘Your input into the Lab’s survey helps us to identify reporting areas that are challenging or where investors seek improvement. It will therefore help us to identify the topics that we select for future projects. The survey will only take a few minutes to complete.’

The survey will also be used to gather opinions on the effectiveness of projects that have already been completed and the effectiveness of its communications to stakeholders.

It will be open until 12 April. 

The Financial Reporting Lab survey is here.

Report by Pat Sweet

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