CSRD preparation: Sharing lessons learnt

On 5 January 2023, the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) came into force. The CSRD aims to establish a common reporting framework in order to make reliable and structured sustainability information public and to bring sustainability reporting on par with financial reporting.

Our Netherlands Country Manager, Sytze Dijkstra, and 4 other sustainability professionals share their opinions and views on their CSRD experience and what’s required of businesses

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Working with our clients, we have seen the complexity and pitfalls of implementing CSRD reporting close-ups. Much depends on the business context, but three common challenges stand out: finding the appropriate level of granularity, creating a robust reporting process and engaging the organisation. Sytze Dijkstra Netherlands Country Manager

CSRD preparation: Sharing lessons learnt

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