CSRD and SFDR reporting

What is CSRD and SFDR reporting?

CSRD (Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive) and SFDR (Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation) are two European regulations that impose on companies the obligation to report ESG and sustainable development results. The CSRD will replace the current Non-Financial Reporting Directive (NFRD) and provide more uniform reporting requirements. SFDR, on the other hand, defines reporting requirements for financial market participants and advisors. Companies subject to these regulations will be required to disclose ESG risks, targets and performance, as well as provide detailed information on their products and services in the context of sustainable development.

Why reporting according to CSRD and SFDR?

Reporting in accordance with CSRD and SFDR requirements will help companies identify, but also reduce potential risks in the ESG area. It will affect the image of conscious market participants involved in sustainable development. Meeting CSRD and SFDR reporting requirements will avoid penalties and risks associated with non-compliance.

How can we help you with CSRD and SFDR reporting?

Our experts support clients in assessing the functioning of their companies and real estate in accordance with the standards of the EU taxonomy. In addition to technical analysis of assets, circularity analysis and climate risk, we also offer project monitoring to confirm the implementation of new investments in accordance with EU regulations. With our expertise in sustainability reporting and ESG, we provide clients with the best support in meeting the taxonomy reporting requirement and improving sustainability performance.
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Konrad Kądziołka

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