In CSRD reporting, a company provides insights into its sustainability strategy and policies, their implementation, and how they perform against relevant performance indicators. Sustainability, often referred to as ESG (Environment, Social, and Governance), encompasses a broad spectrum.
Your organization falls under CSRD if it previously fell under the NFRD, is considered a large corporation, or is listed on the stock exchange as part of the SME (Small and Medium-sized Enterprises) sector.
An organization falls under NFRD if it is publicly listed and employs more than 500 full-time employees.
Revenue exceeding €50 million
Total assets exceeding €25 million
More than 250 full-time employees
A business falls under the listed SME category if it is publicly listed but does not meet the above requirements.
The CSRD reporting deadline depends on the company’s size: publicly listed companies with more than 500 employees must comply by 2024 (in 2025), large corporations by 2025 (in 2026), and listed SMEs by 2026 (in 2027)
For the first 3 years, companies will be audited with a limited level of assurance. After this period, the level of assurance will be increased to reasonable assurance.
Cooperate Green emerged from a collaboration between consultants, financial experts, and auditiors working together on strategic planning, (CSRD) reporting, and its independent verification. This ensures that your organization receives comprehensive guidance from start to finish.
Based on our experience with clients, we have developed a project methodology that leads to a report through various steps that can be submitted for verification by an auditor. This methodology emphasizes knowledge transfer, enabling your colleagues to understand CSRD obligations.
We offer this solution in varying levels of support, ensuring there is an option that fits your business. This allows you to take complete control, initiate the project in collaboration with us, or opt for full outsourcing.