The CSRD is a groundbreaking piece of legislation adopted in the European Union raising the standard for corporate sustainability reporting globally. This webinar will cover why it is important to get involved with the EU Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS) and the business case for reporting, what the regulation consists of and how its requirements will impact your business from a cost, supply chain or insurability angle.
Register now and join our experts: Guilherme Cassaro from CDP and Krisztina S. Nagy from Deloitte during the webinar on December 7th, 10:00, CET - 11:00, CET
Guilherme Cessaro, Senior Corporate Manager, CDP
Guilherme Cassaro is CDP’s Senior Corporate Manager. He works on capacity building companies’ expertise in the European Union’s sustainable finance regulations. Guilherme is CDP’s expert on the newly introduced EU Taxonomy questions into CDP’s disclosure system, as well as on the overlaps between ESRS and CDP reporting. He focuses on providing companies with feedback on how to report consistent data to investors and other stakeholders. Guilherme is a Sherpa at the EU Platform on Sustainable Finance 2.0 of the European Commission, the expert group advising the EU on the implementation of the sustainable finance regulations. He holds a master’s degree in public policy from the Hertie School and prior to joining CDP he was a Policy Officer for the Brazilian planted forests industry.
Krisztina S. Nagy, Risk Advisory, Partner-in-Charge, Deloitte
Krisztina helps banks transform their Risk Management to enhance the accuracy of their capital and impairment estimates, improve business outcomes and increase cost-efficiency. Krisztina has expertise across all aspects of credit risk and credit process change, including modelling, data, IT, governance, policies, controls, reports and organization design. She has experience leading both traditional waterfall-style and agile implementation programmes to success. Prior to her current role, Krisztina spent a decade with Deloitte in the UK, focusing Credit Risk and Regulation.
The event is not intended for advisors and employees of companies engaged in advisory services. Deloitte reserves the right to create the list of participants.