Sustainability reporting

Taking responsibility for employees, society and the environment - this is for many small and medium-sized enterprises already a matter of course. Under the term Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), this topic is now gaining increased public attention. But it is not only investors, suppliers and customers who are increasingly judging companies according to their sustainable actions; regulatory standards are also steadily increasing.

At the la­test since the in­tro­duc­tion of the ex­pan­ded re­qui­re­ments for re­por­ting, cor­po­rate go­ver­nance and au­diting at EU le­vel, as well as the Supply Chain Sour­cing Ob­li­ga­ti­ons Act, sus­tai­nable ac­tion alone is no lon­ger enough. Me­dium-si­zed com­pa­nies should also dis­close their busi­ness stra­tegy for achie­ving sus­tai­na­bi­lity goals. For glo­bally ac­tive com­pa­nies, it is also im­port­ant to take re­gu­latory re­qui­re­ments at the glo­bal le­vel into ac­count.

We see ho­listic re­por­ting as an ad­ded va­lue for com­pa­nies and their sta­ke­hol­ders and ac­com­pany them th­rough the many new chal­len­ges, es­pe­cially in the areas of cli­mate pro­tec­tion and the pre­pa­ra­tion of cli­mate ba­lance sheets and cli­mate stra­te­gies, com­pli­ance with hu­man rights in the supply chain, non-fi­nan­cial re­por­ting as well as the ef­fects on cor­po­rate go­ver­nance. In doing so, we al­ways con­sider sus­tai­nable cor­po­rate go­ver­nance from an in­ter­di­sci­pli­nary per­spec­tive and, if ne­cessary, in­volve our ex­perts from the fields of le­gal ad­vice, tax ad­vice and ma­nage­ment con­sul­tancy.