The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD)

The CSRD is a comprehensive regulatory framework designed to standardise and enhance sustainability reporting across organisations. It aims to ensure that companies provide consistent, comparable and reliable information on their environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance.

We help organisations navigate the complexity of the directive by guiding them with tailor-made solutions unique to their circumstances and challenges.


About the CSRD

The CSRD is a crucial element in the EU’s transition to net-zero, designed to help companies align with the European Green Deal's ambitions. The directive requires qualifying companies active in the EU to publicly disclose their sustainability performance annually. To standardize this process and promote best practices, the directive is supported by the European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS), which offer legal guidelines and specific reporting requirements.

Our CSRD Assessment Package

Our CSRD Assessment Package reflects our deep understanding of the challenges faced by companies that qualify for the CSRD but struggle to find the necessary resources and time.

We have designed a three-step actionable plan that highlights the relevant data required for the sustainability report. This plan is tailored to each company and aligned with its commercial strategy.

Our approach helps you navigate the extensive legislation, including the 12 ESRS modules, 70 sub-topics, and over 1,100 data points, transforming them into a customized, pragmatic plan that clarifies your company's specific focus areas and their importance.

Step 1: CSRD and ESRS Training

The training offers a comprehensive overview of the CSRD and ESRS as well as best practice highlights to help youdesign a structured ESG reporting process.

We offer detailed guidance on how to prepare a sustainability report that not only meets the CSRD requirements but also highlights your commitment to sustainable practices.

Step 2: Double Materiality Assessment

The double materiality assessment is an essential step in identifying the most relevant ESG topics for each company to report and manage.

We thoroughly identify Impacts, Risks, and Opportunities across the entire value chain, helping you assess and prioritize their impact and financial materiality.

Step 3: Data Gap Analysis

The data gap analysis is a systematic and thorough examination that identifies specific data points and reporting areas where current practices fall short of CSRD and ESRS requirements.

We translate the extensive ESRS legislation into clear, actionable data points that need to be collected, analysed, and presented for a CSRD-compliant report.

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