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Prepared in accordance with the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) Framework and corporate reporting best practices, the IR narrates MIA’s journey of creating value in the short, medium and long-term. Our value creation is directed towards increasing the accountancy profession’s relevance, trustworthiness and sustainability to support nation-building.
Covering the year under review from 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020 and backed by extensive data, the report shares material information relating to MIA’s purpose and values, strategy and business model, capitals and enablers, operating environment, material factors and risks, stakeholder interests, performance as measured against our strategic objectives, our governance processes according to the Accountants Act 1967 (the Act) and the profession’s outlook and prospects.
Readers will be able to grasp MIA’s purpose and its efforts to drive the profession’s sustainability by strengthening trust and collaboration among our many stakeholders, with the bigger aim of protecting the public interest.
As the national advocate for IR adoption and the voice of the accountancy profession, MIA looks forward in having this IR to be a useful model for those embarking on IR adoption as well as early adopters. To further strengthen the IR implementation among preparers, MIA encourages our members to participate in our extensive IR competency development programmes.
As the International Integrated Reporting Council’s (IIRC) Training Foundation Partner, MIA is licensed to provide approved Integrated Reporting training courses in Malaysia and regional markets. For 2019, MIA successfully delivered a series of IR workshops that comprised a one-day course on Introduction to IR and a three-day course on Practical Guide on Implementing IR. We also successfully conducted our inaugural in-house IR training with a large listed company. These workshops prepared new adopters for the IR journey and enabled early adopters to identify and address the gaps in their integrated thinking and reporting.
Additional IR workshops and webinars are planned for 2020 and beyond to sustain the momentum of IR adoption in Malaysia.
For more information on our IR trainings, please click here.