ecoDa EU Alerts 9

EC: SFRD review
Legislators strike deal on a new standard to fight greenwashing in the bond markets

US Justice Department wants executives to foot bill for corporate misconduct (Reuters)

‘Easy’ carbon targets keep exeuctive pay high (Board Agenda)

Germany: Why the CSDDD needs a safe harbour framework
France: Total’s Tilenga and EACOP Projects: the Paris Civil Court dodges the issue (Business & Human Rights Resource Centre)

Global dividend index (Janus Henderson)
AIG: US cybersecurity – old practices, new visions

ecoDa News
9th and 10th of March: ecoDa’s Spring Edition of its European Board Diploma with 42 participants.

The EU Alert is available for download here.

A series of webinars launched by ecoDa and Mazars on the CSRD

As the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) came into force on January 2023, ecoDa and Mazars, are launching a series of two webinars to enlighten board members about the new requirements and responsibilities implied by this new directive. To equip board members, but more broadly, all actors that will now play a role in sustainability reporting, with the right understanding and practical tips to apply the new rules, ecoDa and Mazars have gathered knowledgeable practitioners. They will share their complementary expertise on the rules, the practice, and what could be expected in terms of supervision – and the best way to get prepared.

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Webinar ecoDa and EY – Linking executive pay with sustainability goals: pratical considerations

On the 30th of March (from 11.00 to 12.00 pm CEST), ecoDa, together with EY will organise a webinar to discuss how companies can start developing sustainable compensation schemes. At a time when companies’ directors enjoying variable remuneration are increasingly incentivised to contribute to combating climate change by reference to the corporate plan, defining material ESG targets over a timeframe remains a challenge. Our high-level practitioners and experts will therefore guide companies through the main questions they should reflect upon to ensure sound and relevant sustainable compensation frameworks.

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