Why the EU CSDDD must consider harmonised rules for finance

European parliament building in Brussels
Partially excluding the financial sector from the CSDDD must still be officially approved by the European Council and the European parliament before the directive is formally adopted (Photo: RossHelen/Envato)

The partial exclusion of the financial sector from the planned EU Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive could increase, rather than reduce, the administrative burden for the sector

The recent political agreement on the EU Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive has prompted various reactions, particularly regarding its ...

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