Sustainability has become a strategic imperative facing investors and asset managers; it's the new currency of value creation. With the EU setting robust environmental guidelines and public demand for greener alternatives reaching new heights, the topics to consider in M&A and investing are shifting. Navigating this landscape of changing regulations and rising expectations is a challenge, but it's also a golden opportunity.
In the evolving landscape of modern business, sustainability has surged from a distant goal to a pivotal driver of enduring success. The European Union’s commitment to the Green Deal ambitions is embodied in a new Sustainable Finance Framework with the SFDR (Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation), CSRD (Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive) and EU Taxonomy as foundational pillars. Navigating this profound shift requires an expert partner.
Our seasoned experts possess the technical acumen to translate your sustainability ambitions into practical strategies. Whether unravelling the complexities of SFDR, CSRD, or adeptly navigating the EU Taxonomy, we illuminate the pathway from intricacy to confidence. Sustainability then becomes a tangible blueprint for success. In this collaborative journey, we empower you to translate ambition into action, and vision into measurable progress. Join us in sculpting a future where your investments align not just with regulations but with your vision of enduring growth.
As the global pursuit of sustainability reshapes legislation and fuels technical advancements, investors face an increasingly intricate landscape. The task of assessing risks, ensuring compliance, and shaping a responsive strategy is no longer a mere challenge - it's a strategic imperative. Amidst the complexities of climate adaptation, circularity, and biodiversity, the role of engineering consultants becomes pivotal. That is where TAUW’s Transactions and Responsible Investment Services (TRIS) team step in as your guiding compass. We offer more than just guidance; we provide transformational clarity.
Our Sustainable Finance Regulation Calendar for 2024 provides you with the most important deadlines and publications regarding the SFDR, EU Taxonomy, CSRD, and other legislation.
When looking to invest in an asset or preparing for a merger, acquisition or sale, it no longer suffices to only consider traditional environmental risks. Sustainability risks and opportunities related to climate mitigation, climate adaptation, biodiversity and circularity present increasingly present risks and opportunities that need to be considered. Understanding the true impact of these sustainability challenges on your specific business, knowing which actions and which investments you need to make and when, while maintaining your financial and operational strength is key.
We assist you in conducting due diligence assessments, eligibility and alignment checks with the EU Taxonomy, operationalizing your decarbonization strategy and in fulfilling SFDR and CSRD obligations.
Let us guide you in harnessing the power of sustainability as a transformative force for your investments, driving enduring growth in a rapidly evolving landscape.
In M&A, EHS and sustainability considerations are crucial. TAUW offers due diligence services to integrate cleanup costs and regulatory fines into decision-making. We identify and prioritize EHS risks, providing concise, client-focused solutions with clear financial implications.
Integrating sustainability into investment practices is now deemed crucial. With the multifaceted nature of sustainability, its incorporation can vary in depth and focus. Tailoring to individual profiles, needs, and ambitions, we're here to assist in implementing your customized ESG strategy.
Building trust through compliance: a closer look at PAI statements under SFDR
In recent years, regulations for sustainability reporting have become more stringent and the pressure to comply with these standards has intensified. The Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) imposes mandatory reporting on a range of ESG topics.
Sustainability claims and consequences: a changing landscape
In this second blog, our experts explain why airing your dirty laundry could brighten your reputation. Next to that, we turn our attention to the pervasive issue of greenwashing, exploring the risks it poses and the strategies to combat it.
Navigating ESG in times of regulatory and market uncertainty
In this blog, our experts discuss how to make progress without greenwashing. Additionally, we introduce four main pieces of legislation and discuss how investors can navigate the topic of ESG in times of regulatory and market uncertainty.