Financial reporting ill equipped to deal with intellectual capital

ICAS research suggests current reporting models aren’t properly reflecting the non-financial information that makes businesses ‘tick’.

A newly discovered link between the disclosure of intellectual capital in financial statements and the cheaper cost of capital in the UK has sparked concern over the effectiveness of financial reporting mechanisms.

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