The awards will celebrate the public commitment of the winning companies to embrace greater corporate transparency. PwC said better corporate reporting was essential for good corporate performance but was also a prerequisite for building trust amongst stakeholders.
Companies have been invited to nominate themselves for an award in one of five categories; reporting of executive remuneration, communication of corporate strategy, reporting of economic performance, stakeholder communication and the building public trust award for ‘telling it how it is.’
The deadline for self-nomination is Friday 27 June. For more information visit www.pwc.com/uk/awards.
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