25.01.2022, 11:00 - 12:00
The Polish-Swiss Chamber of Commerce and the Hoogells Law Firm are pleased to invite you to the webinar "Regulations in the ESG area - challenges, risks, obligations, strategies.", which will take place on January 25, 2022, from 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
If you are interested in participating please register under the link below:
The webinar will be conducted by Mirosław Metych, Partner, Head of M&A, Hoogells, who will discuss the following issues:
- EU taxonomy - Regulation (2020/852) on the establishment of a framework to facilitate sustainable investments and delegated acts - challenges and obligations related to the correct classification of activities (and investments) from the perspective of sustainable development.
- Non-financial reporting (including obligations in 2022) and extension of reporting obligations in accordance with the CSRD (Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive) project to replace the NFRD (Directive 2014/95 on disclosure of non-financial and diversity information by some large entities and groups) .
- Obligations resulting from the Regulation (2019/2088) on disclosure of information related to sustainable development in the financial services sector (SFDR - Regulation on sustainability-related disclosures) and the RTS project (Regulatory Technical Standards) to the above-mentioned SFDR.
- The ESG strategy and its impact on the transaction area (including M&A) - impact on the scope of due diligence, valuations, portfolio structure.
- Selected instruments of balanced financing - ICMA standards (green bonds, social bonds, sustainable bonds, sustainability-linked bonds).
- Further planned changes in the ESG regulation area - incl. the so-called April and July packages (2021), including the EC's proposal for a regulation on a voluntary European green bond standard - European Green Bond Standard (EUGBS).
- The impact of the ESG strategy on the investment market (Investment Funds, PE, VC - EuVECA)
The event will be conducted in Polish.
Chamber of Commerce
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