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Materiality checks on demand
Materialitytracker is ready to provide you feedback on the material topics that you have defined in your latest strategic stock take. If you have recently completed a materiality determination process and seek some external comment as part of your validation (pre-publication), feel free to email us your provisional findings. We would welcome the opportunity to provide you comment and further advice on current trends in determining materiality. The comment will be based on our familiarity with key issues for different industry sectors and latest trends in dealing with materiality with an integrated approach that speaks to both the finance and sustainability communities.
Materialitytracker was launched in 2015 with the aim to provide a public interest forum on the theme of materiality and ways in which different communities of expertise apply the concept. Its goal is to bridge the gap between the financial accounting and sustainability accounting communities, providing a hub were practitioners and experts from these communities can connect and learn more about latest trends and convergence in standards. Materialitytracker also provides additional services such as listing of resources for further information, leading research and recent publications on the top material topics of the year.
The founding institutional partners of Materialitytracker are the Centre for Corporate Governance at Stellenbosch University Business School in South Africa, and the global group BSD Consulting headquartered in Switzerland. In 2016 they were joined by the global business intelligence provider eRevalue, headquartered in the United Kingdom. See Media Information Note of 7 December 2016.
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