Barbour Guide: Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD)

Directive (EU) 2022/2464 is the European Union’s Directive on Corporate Sustainability Reporting (CSRD) and requires all large companies and certain SMEs to publish regular reports on their environmental and social impact activities.

It came into force on 5 January 2023 and effectively amends three other European Directives in relation to the reporting of non-financial matters relating to sustainability in financial disclosures.

Our Barbour guides provide you with a comprehensive overview of key topics, including the legal requirements, key actions, and detailed information on how to do the job – not just how to comply with the law.

This free Barbour Guide covers:

•  What this directive is
•  Who it applies to
•  The timeline
•  What the reporting requirements are
•  The difference between CSRD and NFRD
•  Companies that are out of scope
•  How you can prepare

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