New EU Sustainability Reporting Standards: Introduction to CSRD and ESRS
The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) replaces the Non-Financial Reporting Directive (NFRD). With the European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS), it establishes harmonized sustainability reporting standards for the EU for the first time. Reports under CSRD/ESRS are first due for the 2024 fiscal year, and the scope of affected companies will gradually expand in a step-by-step approach until 2028. In total, approximately 50,000 EU and non-EU companies will be required to report.
In this webinar, together with attorney Dr. Andreas Thürauf, we will provide a concise overview of the new directive and address frequently asked questions. We will specifically examine disclosure requirements related to the supply chain and clarify what the CSRD means for procurement, as well as how the IntegrityNext solution can support you in this regard.
This webinar is intended for anyone who will be dealing with the CSRD and offers a preliminary understanding of the subject. A deep-dive webinar will follow in 2024.
Watch now to learn:
- Who is subject to the CSRD and from when?
- What obligations and changes does the CSRD entail?
- What does the CSRD mean for your company and procurement?
- How can the IntegrityNext solution assist you with reporting under CSRD/ESRS?