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The matrix: sustainable reporting requirements
For more than 20 years, the market has developed multiple reporting tools in response to the demand from investors for identifying which investments and economic activities can be seen as “sustainable”.

In 2020 the EU Taxonomy was introduced by the EU institutions as a flagship project of the sustainable finance strategy. It is meant to be an obligatory reporting tool to drive the flow of investment to and give guidance to investors on economic activities which significantly contribute to the environmental objectives.

At the same time, there is an ongoing expansion of other sustainability reporting requirements through other pieces of legislation: Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), EFRAG standards, Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence (CSDD) and amended Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFRD).

Businesses increasingly understand the need to communicate with the investors and the wider public about the climate and environmental risks and the way undertakings wants to transform towards the sustainable economy. However, navigating in the matrix of reporting becomes a challenge and resources needed to comply are growing. The balance must be kept between the genuine need for information, the burden behind its collection and its usefulness for the users - the complexity does not necessarily mean clarity.

This is a hybrid meeting:

- For those attending in-person the meeting will take place at ERCST in Rue Archimède 61, Brussels, Belgium OR

- For those attending online the meeting will take place on Zoom.

Please mark below whether you will be able to attend in person or not. We encourage in-person attendance to make for a better participation and a better meeting.

If you select in-person participation please make sure you commit to your decision since we will be reserving a spot for you in the conference room.

In case we reach maximum room capacity we will select participants on a first-register, first-serve basis.

Oct 26, 2022 10:00 AM in Brussels

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