CSRD – Who needs to report when?

CSRD – Who needs to report when?

The application fo the CSRD happens in three phases. The scale of your company determines in which phase your company needs to comply with the directive. The figure below clearly explains who needs to comply when.

Tip! Be CSRD ready. Prepare yourself today.

If you want to avoid unpleasant surprises, you should start today on the introduction of an ESG policy and the preparation of the reporting, regardless of the scale of your company.

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