Join us for a webinar that will explore how to get a good grip on the new EU sustainability regulatory expectations and how to make the best of the opportunity for change that they also bring forward. Feel free to register by clicking the button below.
With political negotiations on the CSRD (Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive, replacing the current NFRD – Non Financial Reporting Directive) coming to a much awaited conclusion end of June, all three masterpieces of the EU Sustainability chessboard are now in place.
Together, the SFDR (Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation), the Taxonomy and the CSRD aim not just to enhance transparency over corporate and financial institutions' sustainable journey but – more profoundly and importantly – to boost awareness on their exposure to sustainability related risks, impacts and opportunities, and to encourage transformative action taking toward a much needed and urgent sustainable transition.
Not all are equally prepared – and challenged – by the new regulatory expectations. Still, everyone in scope (directly or through the inevitable rippling effect) faces several common challenges that include access to data and knowledge building in record times, just to name two obvious ones.
Even if implementation timelines vary according to entity size, time to shift and get ready can be very short. Early preparation will be key to success. Join us online on 29 September 2022 and discover more.
29 September 2022 at 9:00 – 10:30 CET
The webinar will be streamed via MS Teams platform. The attendance is free of charge. We shall provide you with all necessary information once you are registered. The presentation and discussion will be held in English language. The event is free of charge.*
- Maud Gaudry, Global Co-Head of Sustainability at Mazars and former lead project manager for the EFRAG Project Task Force on European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS)
- Jana Ružická, Sustainability Director at Mazars in Slovakia
*Mazars reserves the right to decline the registration of participants from other advisory companies.