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Legal Implications of the EU’s ESG Regulatory Framework

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KPMG and KPMG Law are delighted to invite you to an insightful event aimed at exploring the legal implications of the continuously evolving Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) regulatory landscape for businesses across various sectors. This event is scheduled to take place on 20 February 2024 at the KPMG Zaventem Office.

As the EU introduces numerous legal instruments imposing ESG requirements, such as CSDDD, CSRD, SFDR, the Green Claims Directive and the Taxonomy Regulation, our event focuses on navigating their concrete legal impact on businesses. Our legal experts will offer insights from diverse perspectives encompassing various legal domains, including commercial, corporate, social, real estate, and public and administrative law. Through concrete examples, they will address pressing legal queries that businesses currently encounter regarding ESG requirements. Key topics to be covered include:

  • Contracting and ensuring ESG compliance in the supply chain;
  • The impact of ESG on directors’ and group liability;
  • The Green Claims Directive and consumer protection;
  • Implementation of energy efficiency requirements for buildings in the Flemish Region;
  • Navigating social law aspects of ESG; and
  • Sanctions resulting from violations of imposed ESG requirements.

Our Head of Sustainability, Michael Wagemans, renowned for his expertise in guiding businesses through sustainability challenges and opportunities, will kick off the event.

This event aims to provide you with nuanced insights and strategies to navigate through the complex legal implications of the evolving ESG regulatory framework.


Date and time

  • Tuesday, 20 February from 09:30 to 12:00
  • KPMG Zaventem


Please register for this webinar by clicking on the button below.

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