Governance, Risk & Compliance: GRC
EU CSRD: Meeting the new reporting standard
In an era where sustainability practices are paramount, the EU Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) stands as a revolutionary framework designed to enhance transparency, accountability and comparability of sustainability reporting across EU members states. Compliance with this regulation is not only an ethical imperative but also a strategic advantage, fostering investor confidence, attracting environmentally conscious stakeholders and promoting long-term business resilience.
However, with great opportunity comes inherent risk. Understanding and mitigating these risks is crucial to ensure your organization’s seamless transition into the new reporting landscape. To understand more, read SAI360’s eBook on meeting the new reporting standard where we discuss:
- An in-depth overview: Gain a thorough understanding of the EU CSRD and its evolution.
- Risk assessment: understanding the importance of compliance.
- Gaining the competitive advantage: Making ESG a core strategic GRC pillar