Autumn events at Emperor
Our online seminars continue to offer support both in the short-term delivery of your communications priorities, and longer-term food for thought as we emerge from the current pandemic to a changed world.
Planning for your year end reporting
Wednesday 18 November | 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Join us on Wednesday 18th November 2020 at 15:00 GMT to discuss how you can plan your year end reporting to reflect recent trends and the essential best practices. The panel discussion will cover all aspects of year end reporting and how developments throughout 2020 have affected this. Our speakers will discuss a range of topics including, but not limited to:
- The immediate, and long-lasting effects of COVID-19 and what this means for your end of year reporting
- The explosion in sustainability reporting and communications, namely TCFD and the increasing importance of climate disclosures, the importance of increasing diversity and supply chain management
- Section 172 of the Companies Act and the increasing importance of stakeholders
- An update on ESEF, what to expect and what you can do to ensure you hit the ground running when the revised version comes into effect
- COVID-19 risk management procedures and end of year reporting in the face of uncertainty
Confirmed speakers include:
- Ann Marie Fagan, Managing Director at CtrlPrint Ltd
- Claire Fraser, Head of Stakeholder Reporting at Emperor
- Thomas Toomse-Smith, Project Director at The FRC
Are you getting your story straight? Realising the value of an authentic corporate narrative
Tuesday 24 November | 10:00am - 11:00am
The challenges of the past few months have given many businesses both the opportunity – and in many cases the need – to question and scrutinise what their businesses stand for and how they are positioned.
Does their corporate narrative authentically and accurately define the company’s vision, communicate the strategy, and embody the culture?
Can it inspire employees, give confidence to investors, excite partners, attract customers, and engage influencers?
In this power hour we look at what communicators should be expecting of their corporate narratives and what to do if they have been found wanting.
Two exciting FTSE 250 businesses that have recently gone through the process of examining and refreshing their corporate narrative, key messaging, EVP and brand identities share the journeys they have taken:
Matthew Morel, Director, Marketing & Corporate Communications, Sanne Group
Guy Dullage, Chief People Officer, Greencore Group
Register to attend with [email protected]
AIM: Beyond compliance to more authentic reporting
We shared the findings, key trends, and best-in-class examples from our review of the December year-end AIM 100 annual reports. The session looked at the hot topics for 2020 reporting and gave tips on how to enhance your reporting to communicate a compelling and cohesive corporate narrative.
S172: Successful reporting
We've recently undertaken research into Section 172 (s172) and stakeholder reporting and, as you may know, in July, the Financial Reporting Lab launched a project on stakeholders and s172. The initial stage of the project explored how companies have approached s172 statements and investors’ perspective on such statements.
Back to business with resilient comms: Getting on the front foot for the future
The manner in which businesses have communicated throughout the past months has had a dramatic impact on both reputational and commercial outcomes. Through resilient IR and coherent communications, many have created clarity, built resilience and catalysed positive change.
Hosted by London Stock Exchange Issuer Services, Emperor, Equitory, Naked Wines Plc and Gattaca Plc discussed the lessons learned over the past six months and how these are shaping the key messaging requirements for 2021 and beyond.