Webinar replay: Business sustainability reporting & changes in the EU's CSRD guidelines

The new EU's CSRD (Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive), effective as of January 2023, will affect almost 50,000 companies in the EU. How to prepare for it? Feel free to fill out short form below and watch the replay in Slovak.

Companies in the EU will be required to inform the public about how they align with responsible business practices. This includes e.g. the way they care for their employees, the community, suppliers and the environment.

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Any company that meets at least 2 of 3 criteria:

  • has more than 250 employees,
  • has above € 40 mil. on the balance sheet,
  • has more than € 20 mil. in turnover

will be obliged to issue an annual sustainability report. In this webinar we discussed next steps of the preparation process.

Webinar agenda

  • Green taxonomy and the CSRD non-financial reporting directive: the reasons and the background
  • Overview of the existing situation in Slovakia and in the world
  • Introduction of existing tools and methodologies for reporting
  • Content of the report and advice on how to start the process in your company
  • Q&A


Jana Ružická, Sustainability Director at Mazars in Slovakia, discussed the topic of the webinar. In the past years, Jana has read, commented on and evaluated more than 200 corporate reports on the ESG of the largely listed companies.

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