Tuesday, 6 January 2015

CIMA Event, ‘Integrated reporting’, in Telford at 6.30pm on Tuesday 27th January (FOC, guests welcome)

This presentation includes a brief overview of sustainability reporting prior to the integrated reporting project and how integrated reporting can help businesses. 

Date:           27th January 2015 commencing at 18:30   

Location:     Ramada Telford Hotel, Forgegate, Telford. TF3 4NA 

Price:           GBP 0.00   

Buffet served on arrival 

Book your free place by emailing Julie.witts@cimaglobal.com  

What you can gain: - 

Jack Christian will describe the social and environmental challenges facing modern businesses and the way in which integrated reporting can help businesses meet these challenges and indeed add value to the business. He introduces the principles underlying integrated reporting and discusses the content and presentation as mooted in the framework.  He finishes by suggesting how a business might approach implementing integrated reporting. During the presentation, Jack will emphasise the contribution to be made by management accountants and in particular the role of environmental management accounting.  

Please also see details of the CGMA Thought leadership report on integrated reporting via the following URL address: - 

Speaker Details: - 

Jack Christian served with the Royal Corps of Signals and on leaving the Army, he started work as a cost clerk eventually qualifying with CIMA in 1982. He was awarded his MBA by Henley Management College in 1991. He joined Manchester Metropolitan University Business School as a full time lecturer in 2007 and qualified as a Master in Research in 2009.   

Prior to becoming a lecturer, most of his career has been spent in SMEs and has included posts such as financial director at Elton Cop Dyeing Co. Ltd, a manufacturer in Bury; European financial controller for Whiford Corporation, a small American multi-national; group accountant for the RSW Group, an importer and wholesaling and retailing group; and regional finance manager for Groundwork UK, a national environmental regeneration charity.

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