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Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive
The Future Landscape of Sustainability Reporting
As business leaders begin to unpack outcomes from Finance Day at COP26, an understanding of the proposed Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) is needed by European stakeholders now more than ever. For those with sustainable financial reporting at the heart of their business agenda, the question remains: what is the proposed CSRD, what changes does it bring and who does it apply to?
To assist business leaders on this adoption of EU reporting standards and to avoid information overload,Take a look at our latest piece of Thought Leadership "Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive: The Future of Sustainability Reporting". Key highlights from the report include:
- An overview of the proposed CSRD
- A comparison of the current Non-Financial Reporting Directive (NFRD) to the CSRD
- Who the CSRD will apply to
- Impact of the CSRD – Putting Financial and Non- Financial Information on a level playing field
- What companies should be doing now
The timeline for the implementation of the CSRD is ambitious. Given the significance of the proposed CSRD obligations, companies need to start preparing for its implementation now. Download the full report here.
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