A Deconstruction of Annual Reports

Aman Narang,1 Niteen Bali,2 and Shubhra Chaudhry3

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Annual reports have over the years been favored as the best place to go to for serious investors trying to make investment or divestment decisions with respect to a particular company. The focus of these reports has largely been on the quantitative aspects, which are backward looking and mostly reflect on the past, making them of limited use for a large number of readers. A more recent shift has been to use annual reports for qualitative as well as quantitative messaging. This approach provides a peek into the future as viewed through the lens of the company, reveals the strategic view of the business, and portrays the company as differentiated ...

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