• Integrating the impact pillar in companies' reporting

    19 May 2022

    Peter Paul van de Wijs, chief external affairs officer at the GRI, discusses the voluntary standard setter place in the emerging mandatory reporting landscape. Interview by Vincent Huck

  • From Motherhood and Apple Pie... the seasons they are a - changing

    15 May 2022

    Bernard Peter Agulhas, the former audit regulator and chairman of the King Committee Subcommittee on Climate Change in South Africa, reflects on the auditability of the nascent sustainability standards, as without assurance those standards risk far more manipulation then their conventional financial counterparts

  • Internal auditors' role in assessing sustainability disclosures

    15 May 2022

    Brad Monterio, EVP and member competency and learning at The Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) and Jim Pelletier, VP portfolio strategy at the IIA, discuss how the role of internal auditors is changing in a world of ever more sustainability disclosures and standards. Interview by Vincent Huck

  • 'Standards should be practical rather than perfect'

    15 May 2022

    Accountancy Europe CEO Olivier Boutellis-Taft gives his assessment on CSRD and the sustainable standard setting process. Interview by Vincent Huck

  • From NFRD to CSRD

    15 May 2022

    Richard Howitt, was the rapporteur for the Non-Financial Reporting Directive, he recalls the hurdles he faced to bring the directive forward - not too dissimilar to discussions currently taking place in the trialogue for the CSRD. Interview by Vincent Huck