The Commission’s proposed Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) requires certain companies to disclose how they consider and manage ESG factors. This sign on letter will support PRI’s policy engagement to ensure the final CSRD…
EFRAG is consulting on its proposed Due Process Procedures which stipulate the requirements to be followed in its role as technical advisor to the European Commission in the preparation of draft European Sustainability Reporting Standards.
The European Commission’s proposal for a Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) envisages the adoption of EU sustainability reporting standards (ESRS).
In this context, EFRAG is requested to provide Technical Advice to the European Commission in the form of fully prepared draft standards and/or draft amendments to Sustainability Reporting Standards.
The proposal for a CSRD requires that EFRAG’s Technical Advice is prepared with ‘proper due process, public oversight and transparency, and with the expertise of relevant stakeholders, and it is accompanied by cost-benefit analyses that include analyses of the impacts of the Technical Advice on sustainability matters’, contributing to the delegated acts through which the ESRS will be adopted in the EU.