A summary of our articles, wikis, e-papers and services on the CSRD: Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive.


The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) entered into force in January 2023, and must be implemented in all EU Member States. This new directive requires all large and listed (micro-enterprises exempted) companies to disclose information on the basis of the double materiality assessment and requires conducting a mandatory sustainable due diligence process to identify and mitigate ESG risks.

If you want more background information on the CSRD, its predecessor NFRD or the related ESRS you can click the buttons below.

Preparing for CSRD compliance

A step-by-step approach

Projective Group’s Risk & Compliance specialists have extensive experience in interpreting and advising on new laws and regulations in various types of organisations, both within and outside the financial sector. We can help you achieve CSRD compliance through a structured, step-by-step approach.

What we do

Our consultants are happy to help to prepare a sustainability report that will meet the requirements of both the CSRD and ESRS. We can:

  • Develop and implement a sustainability strategy;
  • Effectively manage impacts, risks, and opportunities arising from your operations;
  • Regularly update your strategy and policies based on identified gaps to keep your approach future-proof;
  • Implement a detailed, actionable strategy and reporting roadmap, designating responsible action holders;
  • Execute the identified actions diligently to achieve your sustainability objectives;
  • Execute a CSRD quick scan;
  • Consider a thorough audit/validation process;
  • Provide CSRD Awareness training.

Our courses

Through our training institute, The Ministry of Compliance, we offer practical training on new rules and regulations.