Confidently address the new disclosure requirements regarding sustainability.
The CSRD directive, complemented by the first delegated act of the European Commission based on the work of the European Financial Reporting Advisory Group (EFRAG) and defining the European sustainability reporting standards (ESRS), requires certain companies to collect, process, and disclose a significant amount of relevant information on how they integrate social, environmental, and human rights issues related to their activities.
During the first session of this series, we will address issues related to the scope and extent of the Directive and the ESRS standards. This session will also cover aspects related to governance and the management of legal risks, particularly highlighting the crucial role of corporate lawyers in implementing this new European legislative framework that needs to be transposed into national law.
This session will be held in English.