Some of the leading reportage in corporate governance
Dell outlines its multidimensional commitment to the environment, the community and to people, and elaborates on its outstanding achievements in the way of corporate social responsibility thus far this year.
Sony’s integrated report contains the company’s business and CSR highlights, and is highly representative of Sony’s commitment to strong corporate governance as an integral management initiative.
ABI’s report considers a range of roles and responsibilities within governance and offers a comprehensive and critical overview of the overall state and approach to corporate governance in the UK.
Corporate Governance Report’s pick of 2012’s reporting
The aerospace and security company outlines its commitment to sustainable growth and total performance in an integrated annual report that touches on matters pertaining to both finance and governance.
Assured by Deloitte and granted an A+ Application Level by the Global Reporting Initiative, UPS’s report addresses a great many achievements and challenges in the way of sustainability and outlines the ways in which the company has capitalised on these opportunities.
The 2012 report focuses on the company’s three-pronged strategy on protecting the environment, strengthening communities and fostering responsible growth, and provides relevant environmental, social and governance data to best illustrate progress.
The report reflects on the company’s notable corporate social, environmental and responsibility achievements throughout fiscal year 2013 and outlines a number of opportunities for the near future of sustainable progress.
A comprehensive account outlining the company’s ambitions for the future. Offering an insight into the constitution of the global economy; the report identifies the areas in which positive change is achievable.
The report pledges to exceed already skyward expectations and outlines optimistic expectations for the sustained financial health of the company. Above all else, the document expresses a wholehearted commitment to a growing customer base.
Centrica’s 2012 report represents a deep-set ambition to evolve with the changing landscape of the energy sector, identifying affordability and sustainability as key drivers to their continued progress.
Dedicated to advancing the quality of human life “by enabling people to do more, feel better and live longer,” the report details the ways in which Centrica are striving to maintain a wholly responsible and sustainable business model.
Focusing primarily on creating shared value, sustainability and compliance, Nestle have summarised their many and various achievements throughout 2012 in a comprehensive and transparent report.
The integrated report outlines the company’s financial, social, and environmental performance. Maintaining a continued commitment to sustainability and innovation, SAP pledge to “help the world run better and improve people’s lives.”
Expressing an ardent and persistent commitment to corporate responsibility, Symantec outline the ways in which they’ve upheld their core values of innovation, action, customer-centricity and trust throughout 2012.
Designed to inform stakeholders of the company’s ongoing corporate responsibility programmes and general progress, JP Morgan’s report outlines the ways in which the company operates responsibly and how the practice adds value accordingly.