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The final installation in the ISSB Corporate Reporting Webinar Series will take place on Tuesday 7 February at 04:00 GMT (13:00 JST).

The Corporate Reporting Webinar Series offers a deep dive into the International Sustainability Standards Board's (ISSB) two proposed standards, and how companies can start the ground work, data gathering and processes to be ready for the ISSB reporting.


Register to attend 'Part 3: Connectivity and controls—the path to investor-grade disclosure' by using the 'register to attend' button on the original news page, where the live stream will also be hosted.

Before you can use the 'register to attend button', you will need to have an account (create an account here). Registration closes two hours before the event begins.

About the webinar

The last episode of the series dives deep into connectivity between sustainability disclosure and financial statements, and how this is articulated in IFRS S1.

The session will explore the ISSB’s December announcement around describing the concept of sustainability and financial value creation. With the Integrated Reporting Framework as a key focus, the expert panel will discuss how it helps drive connectivity in both standard-setting and disclosure. We will also address how preparers can raise the quality of sustainability disclosure through internal controls and assurance.

Speakers include:

  • Hiroshi Komori, ISSB Member
  • Norie Takahashi, Region Lead—Japan, IFRS Foundation
  • Kirsten Simpson, Head of Investment Stewardship and ESG, the Future Fund—Australia’s Sovereign Wealth Fund
  • Shari Littan, Director, Corporate Reporting Research & Policy, Institute of Management Accountants
  • Bob Herz, Former Chair, FASB
  • Koushik Chatterjee, Executive Director, CFO and board member of Tata Steel, Trustee, IFRS Foundation

Watch the rest of the series

All registered users of may watch parts 1 and 2 from the original news page.

The videos are also available on the Foundation's YouTube channel.

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IFRS Sustainability Standards development