6th Colloquium: Corporate Reporting

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Colloquium Overview:

With the statement of intent by the group of five sustainability standards setters, the merger of SASB and the IIRC as well as the expanded mandate of the IFRS to include sustainability reporting, the world of corporate reporting was seen to be changing. The risks and opportunities of value creation, preservation and erosion will be seen through a lens of the world’s impacts on organisations and not only the impacts that organisations have had, and continue to have, on the world.

Early registration

If you would like to register early, you are welcome to do so. We will send you the link closer to the time.

Intended audience

This event is important for roles in every industry, including: 

  • Directors, trustees, council and other governing body members – as report signatories;
  • CEOs and other top management roles – as report authorities;
  • Accounting, environmental, reputation, social and stakeholder professionals – as report contributors;
  • Audit, risk and compliance professionals – as report assurers;
  • and of course all involved in preparing corporate reports.


As has become a core advantage of our events, we are honoured to announce, again, an unprecedented panel of global thought leaders who include

  • Professor Mervyn King, Good Governance Academy Patron
  • Janine Guillot, Value Reporting Foundation CEO
  • Lee White, IFRS Foundation Executive Director
  • Mark Manning, Financial Conduct Authority UK Sustainable Finance and Stewardship
  • Dr Delphine Gibassier, Audencia
  • Tjeerd Krumpelman, ABN AMRO Global Head of Advisory, Reporting & Engagement


Attendees will be equipped to: 

  • Understand the changing corporate reporting standards to include sustainability issues
  • Describe how and why corporate reporting standards bodies are collaborating and merging
  • Interpret sustainability and enterprise value creation in the context of integrated and corporate reporting

Benefits of attending

Benefits of attending this event include

  • Exposure to current, global thinking – be able to promote innovation
  • Understanding of global corporate reporting shifts – be able to remain competitive
  • Learn from the experts – be able to have questions answered by the global experts
  • Recognition of learning – be able to evidence professional learning (certificate of attendance)

The videos of the event will be available for on the community portal after the event.

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18 November 2021

14:00 – 18:30 UTC

Time Zone:
Universal Co-ordinated Time


Online Conference


No charge

Event Schedule

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Welcome and logistics

Opening of the Colloquium

The Value Reporting Foundation’s contribution towards a globally accepted, comprehensive corporate reporting system

The IFRS Foundation’s position regarding the global shifts in corporate and sustainability reporting


Global shifts in corporate and sustainability reporting - regulatory responses

Integrated thinking, integrated reporting and system value creation - impacts on the education of accountants

ABN AMRO’s integrated reporting journey

Colloquium Summation

Facilitated Q&A with speakers


Carolynn Chalmers

Governance Advisor

Carolynn assists leaders and leadership teams to understand and apply governance principles and generate value for their organisations. She makes use of her expertise and experience in corporate governance, organizational strategy, Digital Transformation and systems thinking to do so.

Carolynn is the Chief Executive Officer of the Good Governance Academy and Managing Director of Go Govern. Carolynn also manages Africa’s largest online governance network.

Carolynn has extensive management and governance experience and has held various Chief Information Officer, Chief Technology Officer, Board, Board Committee and Executive roles for international, listed, private and public organisations. Her experience spans many industries, including financial services, health, energy, construction, education, tourism, media and the public sector.

Carolynn is co-editor of the ISO standard for the governance of organizations (ISO 37000) and Chairperson of the associated South African Bureau of Standards mirror committee, TC309, where she also represents South Africa’s King Committee.

Carolynn is best known for her successes in designing and leading large, complex strategy and organisational transformation implementations – she attributes this success to the application of effective governance principles.

Carolynn has received numerous national and international accolades for public speaking.

Prof. Mervyn King

Patron, Good Governance Academy

Mervyn King is a Senior Counsel and former Judge of the Supreme Court of South Africa. He is Professor Extraordinaire at the University of South Africa on Corporate Citizenship, Honorary Professor at the Universities of Pretoria and Cape Town and a Visiting Professor at Rhodes.

He has an honorary Doctorate of Laws from the Universities of the Witwatersrand in South Africa and Leeds in the UK, an honorary Doctorate from Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia and a honorary Doctorate in Commerce from Stellenbosch University in South Africa, is Chair Emeritus of the King Committee on Corporate Governance in South Africa, which produced King I, II, III and IV, and Chair of the Good Law Foundation.

He is Chair Emeritus of the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) in London and of the Global Reporting Initiative in Amsterdam and a member of the Private Sector Advisory Group to the World Bank on Corporate Governance. He chaired the United Nations Committee of Eminent persons on Governance and Oversight and was President of the Advertising Standards Authority for 15 years and a member of the ICC Court of Arbitration in Paris for seven years.

He is chair of the African Integrated Reporting Council and chair of the Integrated Reporting Committee of South Africa.

He has received Lifetime Achievement Awards for promoting quality corporate governance globally from the ICGN, the Asian Centre for Corporate Governance, the Indian IOD and the Regenesys Business School. He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and Commerce, honorary fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales; of the Institute of Internal Auditors of the UK; of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants; of the Certified Public Accountants of Australia; of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations of the UK, of the Chartered Secretaries and Administrators and a Chartered Director of South Africa.

He has been a chair, director and chief executive of several companies listed on the London, Luxembourg and Johannesburg Stock Exchanges.

He has consulted, advised and spoken on legal, business, advertising, sustainability and corporate governance issues in over 60 countries and has received many awards from international bodies around the world including the World Federation of Stock Exchanges and the International Federation of Accountants.

He is the author of five books on governance, sustainability and reporting, the latest being “The Auditor. Quo Vadis.”

He sits as an arbitrator and mediator internationally.

Janine Guillot

CEO, Value Reporting Foundation

Janine Guillot is Chief Executive Officer of the Value Reporting Foundation, a nonprofit that helps businesses and investors develop a shared understanding of drivers of enterprise value, including how value is created, preserved or eroded over time.


Prior, Janine was CEO of the SASB Foundation (SASB). Under her leadership, SASB and the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) merged to become the Value Reporting Foundation. As CEO of the Value Reporting Foundation, Janine’s priorities are to increase use of the Integrated Thinking Principles, the Integrated Reporting Framework, and SASB Standards by companies and investors around the world and work with a broad range of stakeholders to advance progress towards a globally accepted comprehensive corporate reporting system.


A graduate of Southern Methodist University (SMU), Janine began her career as a technical accountant and auditor with Ernst & Young. True to these roots, Janine seeks to advance a system for sustainability accounting that has the commensurate level of maturity, credibility and acceptance as financial accounting. In recognition for her leadership at the intersection of sustainability, accounting and finance, Janine was selected as a 2020 NACD Directorship 100 Honoree and named to the 2020 Business Insider’s 100 People Transforming Business list.


Janine serves on the Board of Directors of The Value Reporting Foundation, the Marin Agricultural Land Trust, and Equilibrium Capital; on California’s Climate-Related Risk Disclosure Advisory Group; on the Senior Advisory Board at the Center for Responsible Business at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business; and on the Advisory Board of Blockchain Coinvestors. She is a former member of the FDIC’s Systemic Resolution Advisory Committee.

Lee White

Executive Director, IFRS Foundation

Mr White has served as Executive Director of the IFRS Foundation since April 2018. He has over 30 years’ experience from the private sector and public authorities in Australia. Most recently, he was the inaugural Chief Executive Officer of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ), where he played a central role in bringing together the Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia (ICAA) and the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants to form CAANZ in 2014.

From 2004 to 2009, he worked as Chief Accountant at the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), where he provided oversight and supported Australian companies in their transition to IFRS Standards. He was also a member of the Australian Financial Reporting Council and the Australian member of both the International Organization of Securities Commissions and the International Forum of Independent Audit Regulators.

Prior to joining ASIC, he served as Assistant Auditor-General at the Audit Office of New South Wales from 1994 to 2004 and as an Audit Principal with PwC (then Coopers & Lybrand) from 1984 to 1994. Mr White has a Bachelor’s degree from Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia. He has been a Fellow of ICAA since 1998.

Mark Manning

Technical Specialist, Sustainable Finance and Stewardship, Financial Conduct Authority

Mark Manning is a Technical Specialist at the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), focusing on sustainable finance and investor stewardship.

Mark is leading the FCA’s work on climate-related financial disclosures and also represents the FCA on both the Treasury’s joint taskforce on Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) implementation and the issuer disclosures workstream of IOSCO’s Sustainable Finance Taskforce. Prior to joining the FCA, Mark spent a long career in central banking at the Bank of England and the Reserve Bank of Australia.

Dr Delphine Gibassier

Professor, Finance Department, Audencia

Delphone is an associate professor at Audencia Business School with 18 years’ experience in non-financial accounting & reporting. She is an internationally recognized expert in accounting for sustainability. She is also the director of the Research Centre “Multi-capital Global Performance” (Chaire de Recherche), and the academic director of the MBA Chief Value Officer (the 1st MBA worldwide, on the topic).

Delphine conducts research in accounting for sustainable development and have an expertise in academia, practice and policy-making. She works and has worked with the UN Global Compact, the IIRCWBCSDR3.0 and CDSB, as well as the French government on carbon accounting and integrated reporting.

​Prior to joining Audencia, Delphine worked at Toulouse Business School and Birmingham Business School. Delphine earned her PhD from HEC Paris. Before joining academia, she worked as a management controller at GE Healthcare, Danone and Syngenta, in Paris, USA and Asia.

In practice, Delphine has developed carbon accounting, SDG accounting and integrated reporting for large companies and SMEs. She is passionate about linking research to teaching and practice and has developed several courses in CSR and sustainability accounting, case studies and modules linked to her specific research interests. She is also passionate about developing research and teaching that have an impact on society. Delphine interacts with accounting organizations and firms to help develop a shared interest into accounting for sustainable development, including through training, reporting and directly participating in standardization processes. Delphine’s work includes public and business engagement and dissemination of her research through prominent online media platforms, such as The Conversation.

Tjeerd Krumpelman

Global head of advisory, reporting & engagement / Group Sustainability, ABN AMRO

Tjeerd is Global Head of Business Advisory, Reporting & Engagement at ABN AMRO. With more than 18 years of experience in the banking sector he started as a private banker, investment advisor and later on as Head of Investment teams.

Recently he has been working within ABN AMRO’s Corporate Strategy & Sustainability department. He heads up a team that offers advice on sustainability and is responsible for integrated thinking & reporting.

Tjeerd is Chair of the Integrated Thinking & Strategy Group of the Value Reporting Foundation. This special interest group brings together companies, partners and supporters to further develop the concept of integrated thinking and focuses on ‘integrated thinking and strategy‘. The group offers world-renowned and innovative organizations the opportunity to share thinking about developing strategy across multiple capitals, learn from world leaders and co-create a common view of integrated thinking that is globally relevant to help build resilient, future-fit businesses.

Tjeerd is also a member of the Competent Boards faculty which is comprised of global leaders and experts from around the world that contribute directly to the organizations’ program content.

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