Over 100 companies, investors, business associations and initiatives call for ambitious EU HREDD

The below statement, signed by Danone, Ericsson, IKEA, Hapag-Lloyd, TK Elevator, Aviva, and Robeco among others, expresses concern at the numerous delays, and urges swift adoption of an effective EU Sustainable Corporate Governance proposal – driving better outcomes for people and planet across global value chains.  The joint statement outlines five key principles to be included in

MEPs Wolters, Hautala, Aubry and Durand: “The Regulatory Scrutiny Board still has questions to answer on Due Diligence delay”

MEPs have received a partial disclosure from the Regulatory Scrutiny Board, in reply to an Access to Documents request, which was made following three successive delays to the Commission proposal on Sustainable Corporate Governance, including two negative opinions of the RSB. The request, made on the 15th December 2021, asked for all correspondence and (e)meetings

Open Letter: Risking Effective Sustainable Corporate Governance

Commission President von der Leyen,Executive Vice-Presidents Frans Timmermans, Margrethe Verstager, Valdis Dombrovskis High representative/Vice-President Joseph Borrell,Vice-Presidents Věra Jourová, Maroš Šefčovič, Dubravka Šuica,Commissioners Virginijus Sinkevičius, Didier Reynders, Thierry Breton, Helena Dalli, Nicolas Schmit, Jutta Urpilainen, Mairead McGuinness 20 December 2021 Dear Commission President von der Leyen, Dear Vice Presidents and Commissioners, As the undersigned organisations, who

MEPs Call for Transparency and Information over the Independence of the Commission’s Regulatory Scrutiny Board

MEPs Lara Wolters, Heidi Hautala, Manon Aubry and Pascal Durand have today, 15th December 2021, sent an access to document request to the Commission, requesting access to the 2 opinions of the Commission’s internal quality control body, the Regulatory Scrutiny Board (RSB) and communication between interest groups and the RSB on the Commission’s Sustainable Corporate