Non-financial capital: article on human and natural capital published.


Concepts such as human capital and natural capital have rapidly spread in recent years as non-financial capital. This is a movement to regard human resources and the environment not as costs or resources as they have been perceived in the past, but as 'capital' that can be used as the basis for corporate activities, and to disclose this to the market as an object of investment.

This article provides an overview of national and international disclosure regulations and guidelines on these developments in non-financial capital, and explains the concept of 'impact-weighted accounting', which translates them into monetary terms and reflects them in the financial statements.

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We hope that through this article you will gain a better understanding of the situation. Please read on.

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