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In a world of increasing sustainability regulation and standards, it is crucial that companies understand and implement these requirements to ensure long-term competitiveness and reputation. We offer tailored solutions to help companies deal with the ever-increasing regulation around sustainability.


With our ESG Quick Check, we offer a simple way to find out quickly and free of charge which regulation affects your organization and what measures need to be taken to avoid penalties. In addition, we support you in developing strategies and reports and implementing concrete measures to not only meet your compliance obligations, but also to seize sustainability as an opportunity and gain a competitive advantage. Among other things, we support you in dealing with the following regulations:


Supply Chain Due Diligence Act (LkSG)


The Supply Chain Due Diligence Act, or LkSG for short, has been in force since January 1, 2023. It will affect all companies with 1,000 employees in Germany from 2024. It focuses on the protection of employees and the implementation of fundamental human rights. It thus creates a legal framework for due diligence in global supply chains.


EU Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive


The EU Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD) is a proposed EU directive that aims to oblige companies to ensure due diligence in the area of sustainability along their supply chains. This directive is intended to ensure that companies comply with environmental and human rights standards and minimize sustainability risks in their business activities.


EU Taxonomy


The EU Taxonomy for Sustainable Economic Activities is a pioneering framework that aims to define clear criteria for classifying economic activities as environmentally sustainable. Accounting according to the EU Taxonomy is intended to facilitate investment in more sustainable assets.

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