CSRD: Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive
EU: European Union
EFRAG: European Financial Reporting Advisory Group
SME: Small/Medium Enterprise
ESG: Environmental, Social, Governance
TCFD: Taskforce on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures
GRI: Global Reporting Initiative
SASB: Sustainability Accounting Standards Board
SFDR: Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation
Frequently Asked Questions
The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) is a new law governing the requirements for sustainability reporting in the EU and is a significant step up from the existing and relatively limited EU sustainability reporting requirements.
While EU-specific, this legislation has broad implications for companies across the globe and will have direct and indirect impacts and ramifications on many organisations. Companies will be expected to comply with the Directive as soon as the 2024 fiscal year.
Our experts have answered the most frequently asked questions surrounding the CSRD here:
If you have any further questions regarding CSRD, contact our experts using the form below.
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