From Compliance to Responsibility: the Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive

Location: British Chamber of Commerce | EU & Belgium
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The Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD) is a proposed legislative framework by the European Commission that will require companies to identify and prevent any environmental and human rights impacts of their operations, including those of their subsidiaries and entities in their value chains.

On May 25th (14:00 CEST), the British Chamber of Commerce | EU & Belgium will be hosting a panel discussion on CSDDD featuring Matthew Hogarth, Senior Policy Advisor to MEP Lara Wolters, and Greta Koch, Policy Advisor to MEP Axel Voss. The Speakers will be sharing insights on the original draft proposal and the work of the European Parliament’s JURI Committee in amending the text, and an outlook on the trilogue negotiations.

Join our conversation on the CSDDD and learn more about the implications of the Directive for UK and European businesses, and bring your ideas on how Europe can best put an end to forced labour, enhance access to justice and continue the greening of the global economy.

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Confirmed Greta Koch

Greta Koch

Policy Adviser to MEP Axel Voss, European Parliament
Greta Koch has been a policy adviser to Axel Voss, Member of the European Parliament from the EPP group, since 2020. With a Master‘s degree in European Politics and International Relations and after gaining international work experience in other political institutions, in the European Parliament her main focus has been sustainable corporate governance. With Axel Voss being the shadow rapporteur, she is responsible for the Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive for the EPP in the European Parliament, has drafted the EPP position and leads the technical negotiations on the legislation.