Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive
Discover everything you need to know about the CSRD.
Check how the CSRD applies to your business.
Businesses that meet at least two of the following criteria will report under CSRD.
A new reporting standard: why?
The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) has a number of important goals.
Most importantly, the aim of the new regulations is to make sure that sustainability reporting will become more transparent, trustworthy and allows for easy comparison between companies alike. To make sure that the information that is disclosed is relevant and valid, accountants will play a key role.
Topics that must be included in the CSRD Report, based on materiality.
Datapoints that are connected to the themes and topics related to CSRD.
More than fifty thousand firms across Europe fall under CSRD regulations.
Not only environmental
As part of the CSRD, European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS) have been developed on the three topics Environment, Social and Governance.
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