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The European Commission's proposal must be strengthened to end corporate harm to human rights, the environment and climate

Susanna Arus

On 23 February 2022, the European Commission released its proposal for a directive on Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence. This directive could represent a landmark step forward in minimising the negative impacts of businesses on workers, communities and the...

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Ondřej Janků

Draft standards for EU sustainability reporting are out, with Frank Bold Experts among the contributors

European companies can now take a look at the draft sustainability reporting standards they will report against in the coming years. The drafts were developed by the EFRAG Project Task Force on EU Sustainability Reporting Standards, with the participation of two Frank Bold representatives - Head of the Responsible Companies Section Filip Gregor, and Joanne Houston, from Frank Bold's Brussels office.

Susanna Arus

Recommendations on Corporate Governance in the Draft EU Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive

As part of its strategy to implement the European Green Deal and the Action Plan on Financing  Sustainable Growth, the European Commission presented its proposal for a Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD).

Susanna Arus

The EU Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive and mandatory EU standards closer to becoming adopted

Following months of negotiations in the European Parliament, the amendments to the CSRD proposal have been approved by the JURI committee this Tuesday 15th of March.

Ondřej Janků

Frank Bold will participate in the development of EU Sustainability Reporting Standards as a member of the EFRAG Sustainability Reporting Board

The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) proposal stipulates that EFRAG should be responsible for carrying out a due process to draft, consult and deliver EU sustainability standards for adoption by the European Commission.

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