Digital Reporting

Good quality digital reporting is increasingly an important aspect of effective corporate reporting. As well as enabling digital reporting through the cross-regulatory taxonomies project, the FRC is focused on optimising the quality and use of digital reporting and supporting wider moves to technology enabled reporting.

Structured digital reporting - 2023 insights

This insight report aims to assist companies with producing high-quality structured digital reports.

Structured digital reporting – Improving quality and usability

This report identifies lessons learnt from the first year of mandatory structured digital reporting under the TD ESEF regulation.

Structured reporting: an early implementation study

Under the Disclosure Guidance and Transparency Rules, certain companies are required to start producing their 2021 annual financial reports in a structured electronic format.

Virtual and Augmented Reality in corporate reporting

This report considers how virtual and augmented reality are and might be used to expand the scope and audience for corporate reporting.

Video in Corporate Reporting

This report considers how companies currently use video for communication to investors and stakeholders.

Artificial Intelligence and Corporate Reporting – how does it measure up?

This report explains what artificial intelligence is, where its use might make sense in corporate reporting, and explores some of the possible and current use cases for the technology.

ESG and sustainability reporting

View current and previous projects that cover ESG and sustainability-related topics including: ESG data production, distribution and consumption; net zero disclosures and section 172 reporting.