Business Seminar: EU Proposal for a New Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive

Business Seminar: EU Proposal for a New Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive

The European Commission has proposed a Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD) that will require large companies to incorporate due diligence in their company policies to mitigate adverse impacts on the environment and human rights in their operations and also places the obligation on all of their established business relationships globally.

Therefore, all companies, no matter how big or small, that are in a value chain of a company that falls within the scope of this Directive, whether in Malta or internationally, will also require to abide by the code of conduct to be compliant with this Directive. The requirements of the CSDDD will also apply to all non-SMEs when seeking credit from financial institutions.

For more information and discussion, we encourage you to participate in this business seminar taking place at the Exchange Buildings in Valletta on Tuesday 4th October (9:00 – 10.30).

Please register your interest here.

For more information, contact us on infobrussels@mbb.org.mt.