Transparency in corporate reporting: assessing the world's largest companies (2014)

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Report published 5 November 2014
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This Transparency International report, Transparency in Corporate Reporting: Assessing the World’s Largest Companies, evaluates the transparency of corporate reporting by the world’s 124 largest publicly listed companies. The report assesses the disclosure practices of companies with respect to their anti-corruption programmes, company holdings and the disclosure of key financial information on a country-by-country basis. It follows on from a 2012 report which focused on the world’s 105 largest publicly traded companies. The report is part of a series of studies based on a similar methodology aimed at assessing the transparency practices of companies, the most recent being a 2013 report on leading emerging market companies. Read our web feature, Global companies, global transparency.

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Country / Territory - International   
Region - Global   
Language(s) - English   
Topic - Accountability   |   Financial markets   |   Governance   |   Private sector   
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