As a company, navigating sustainability requirements, regulations and laws can be confusing. We know. Today, sustainability has an obvious place in every company's operations, but what, when and how the work should be communicated is not always as obvious. Transparency and clarity are keys to credible sustainability work where communication plays a decisive role. We can help regardless of where you are on your sustainability journey and guide you through the jungle of regulations, frameworks, certifications, concepts and trends. We know strategic sustainability communication.

Vero supports companies in the process of getting started and structuring their sustainability work. We know how to communicate sustainability in a relevant and simple way. 

  • Benchmarking and mapping
  • Gap analysis against regulations
  • Strategy and target formulation
  • Materiality analysis
  • Sustainability reporting
  • Rules and regulatory compliance 
  • Key messaging, packaging and presentation

We have knowledge within regulations and frameworks such as CSRD, ESRS, GRI, TCFD, green finance and the UN's global goals. We can also help with ESG analyzes and certifications. 

Welcome to contact us if you want to know more.

Phone: 08-611 38 30
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Who has to report and when?

CSRD is an EU directive that aims to increase the availability, comparability and transparency of sustainability reporting. The goal is to create the best possible conditions for the EU to reach net-zero by 2050. The directive entails stricter requirements and a common standard for sustainability reporting. In the following order, companies are covered by the requirements:
  • FY2024 covers larger companies that are currently met by the NFRD
    (over 500 employees)
  • FY2025 covers large companies with:
    -over 250 employees
    - Net sales over €40 millions
    – Balance sheet over €20 millions
  • FY2026 covers listed SMEs on the regulated market as well as small and non-complex credit institutions and captive companies.
When the directive has been fully implemented, approximately 50,000 companies within the EU are expected to comply with CSRD, of which approximately 4,100 of them are Swedish companies.

What are the effects of the directive?

CSRD will place increased demands on the companies and will mean major changes to how reporting will be carried out. For example, it will entail:

  • Report on dubble materiality
  • Sustainability report – part of the management report
  • Digital tagging
  • Comprehensive third-party review
  • Increased responsibility for the board and audit committee
Reporting of sustainability information will be governed by the reporting standard ESRS, which includes 80 information requirements and roughly 1,140 data points. With the new directive, increased requirements are placed on reporting of the companies' value chain, which will also mean that smaller companies are affected indirectly and may have to report on their impact.

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