Islam provides a foundation for living life.

The purpose of the IRI Reporting Standard is to enable organisations throughout the world to examine the principles and values that guide their activities and express with clarity and simplicity their contribution to sustainable society and the environment. Patrons of the IRI share the vision of a corporate reporting protocol that lifts the values and principles of Islam into sharp perspective. These Key Supporters are companies and individuals who want to be a part of a transformational organization and are willing to contribute to its success.

Value to Founding Patrons

Leverage a global Islamic Sustainability platform
Leverage a global platform to exhibit and communicate leadership in sustainability, ethical business and responsible business practices, and gain recognition for your values among more than 50 Islamic countries
Showcase your thought leadership
Develop joint thought leadership articles, academic papers and press publications
Benefit from Executive Training Programmes
Participate in practical Executive Training Programmes with our Knowledge Partner Institutions
Leave a legacy aligned with your values
Leave a legacy for the development of educational institutions, students and the entrepreneur leaders of tomorrow
Be clearly credited and recognised as Founding Patron
Enjoy lifetime status of Founding Patrons, participate in activities and research programmes, provide input to IRI plans and activities

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The next three years are critical to the establishment and promulgation of an Islamic Standards protocol that expresses the values of Islam in the form of corporate guidance together with a Knowledge Centre, a Collaborative Forum and a Financial Platform that enhance the effectiveness of the Standards.

With very modest funding, the IRI has rapidly expanded from an idea, into a project, into an organization with a membership base in 50+ countries. It can safely be concluded that the ‘business case’ for the IRI has been made.

The envisioned reporting standard itself however, is yet to be created. The IRI recognizes that developing a shared reporting standard that is truly effective across all 57 Member States of the OIC – also catering for foreign companies that operate in these countries – is not a small task.

The IRI is seeking Founding Patrons that share the vision of a corporate reporting protocol that lifts the principles and values of Islam into sharp perspective. Founding Patrons are companies and individuals who are able and willing to contribute to the initial successes of the IRI.

The next three years are critical to the establishment and promulgation of a protocol that expresses the values of Islam in the form of corporate guidance together with a program of education for companies and individuals on how to comply and report.

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About the Foundation for the IRI Reporting Standard

The IRI Reporting Standard Foundation is registered in the Netherlands, which is part of the European Union. The ANBI status granted to us certifies our Foundation as a public benefit organisation as defined by the statute in the jurisdiction of the Netherlands. To receive such status, an organization has to be a non-governmental organization involved in specific activities related to the public good as described by the law, and be sufficiently transparent in its activities, governance and finances. As a part of its registration in the Netherlands, the IRI Reporting Standard Foundation must adhere to the standards of Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Anti-Financial Crime (AFC) including Anti-Bribery and Corruption (ABC), Counter-Terrorism Financing (CTF), Anti-Fraud and other punishable criminal acts which are mandatory in the Netherlands as a member country of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) and the European Union (EU).

The Foundation for the IRI Reporting Standard is exempt from tax and qualifies for maximum charitable contribution deductions by donors under the laws of the Netherlands and the European Union.

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