France, Policy and Regulation

French regulator gears up to supervise non-financial auditors

The National Assembly of France
The National Assembly of France. The government has mandated H3C as the oversight body for non-financial auditors ahead of EU corporate sustainability reporting rules being incorporated into French law by the end of the year. (Photo: LUDOVIC MARIN/AFP via Getty Images)

The French High Council of Statutory Auditors is to become the main supervisory authority overseeing the work of audit firms examining ESG factors across the country.

The French government has mandated Le Haut Conseil du Commissariat aux Comptes – the High Council of Statutory Auditors, known as H3C – ...

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