Did you know that 90% of emissions come from the supply chain? And from 2023, issues related to sustainable development will have to be compulsorily reported by all large companies, and from 2026 – also the small and medium-sized ones that are listed on the stock exchange?
On top of that European Taxonomy imposes on banks not only the reporting obligation, but also the application of ESG criteria in financial practice. And, according to the recent research, more than 50% of banks does not have a proper carbon footprint measuring tool.
Be ready for this upcoming change.
Schedule a personal meeting with CRIF Poland
- 14:00 to 14:10: Introduction to the webinar – the current situation in the market – Olena Gryniuk
- 14:10 to 14:30: Carbon footprint calculators – presentation & case study – Kamil Gosławski
- 14:30 to 14:35: 5 tips on how to start effective cooperation with SMEs– Kamil Gosławski
- 14:35 to 14:45: Q & A
Senior Key Account Manager at CRIF Poland
CEE Regional Director at SME Banking Club (Poland)
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