Transparency and communication are important to you – and so they are important to us.
Our annual reports comprehensively describe our activities in the previous financial year – April 1 to March 31. We want to ensure that our stakeholders know what we did – what we achieved, projects and other initiatives we started, who we met with, and many other activities.
Key to the success of the standards we set are the relationships we have with Canadian stakeholders – individuals and organizations – and the relationships that we have with other jurisdictions.
From a Vancouver-based Board meeting to meeting with Chartered Accountants of Scotland, The Centre for Audit Quality, and the U.K. Financial Reporting Council, stakeholder engagement was a top priority for our Board in 2017-2018.