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SMS Latinoamérica joins pilot programme on integrated reports

SMS Latinoamérica is joining a programme being run by the International Integrated Reporting Council on the implementation of the IR framework by sharing investors’ and integrated reporting specialists’ views of integrated reports, in order to improve understanding of current global progress on integrated reporting and identify opportunities for improvement. The project will also highlight leading practices that aim to support and inspire the adoption of integrated reporting.

Pablo San Martin, SMS Latinoamérica president and ambassador of the International Integrated Reporting Council for Latin America, said: “We regard this designation as a great recognition to our team of consultants…. For SMS, this designation means providing the best feedback to the largest multinational companies around the globe regarding the implementation of their respective integrated reports. We are very proud of the unique professional challenge that lies ahead of us.”

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