The landscape of sector-specific European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS) and Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) standards is a blend of qualitative and quantitative reporting obligations. This new reporting standard is especially significant for companies not covered by the Non-Financial Reporting Directive (NFRD) entities. To ensure a smooth transition while maintaining the integrity of your reporting. obligations, the ESRS includes a phase-in approach. That is, a roadmap for the phased transition. In recognition of the unique nature of sector specific ESRS standards, as adopted by the European Commision in the draft regulation Ares(2023)4009405, the phase-in approach extends over multiple years for quantitative elements, providing businesses ample time to adapt and come up with trustworthy and liable numbers. Meanwhile, the qualitative reporting obligations remain consistent, offering a stable implementation for your ESG disclosures.
Source : European Presentation to EFRAG SRB explaining the draft regulation Ares(2023)4009405
Value Chain Metrics (3 years): Your business has three years to progressively integrate value chain metrics into your reporting. This ensures a seamless transition and maintaining the quality of your ESG data.
Quantitative Data on Financial Effects from Environment-Related Risks (3 years): Over a three-year period, your financial institution can gradually incorporate quantitative data related to environment-related risks, enhancing the accuracy and completeness of your disclosures.
Indicators Concerning Non-Employees (1 year): For specific indicators related to non-employees, a one-year phase-in approach ensures that your business adapts swiftly while delivering comprehensive ESG reports.
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