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Turning CSRD regulatory requirements into an asset for your company

Location
Paris
Date
5 October 23Past event
Time
6:30 AM GMT
Language
French
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Paris Breakfast
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ESGCarbonTargetsRegulations

The CSRD is just around the corner. It's time to prepare for these new extra-financial requirements.

This new regulatory framework requires you to devote hundreds of hours of human resources and a substantial budget to the creation of extra-financial reports. Is it possible to minimize these costs while going beyond these compliance requirements? In other words, by turning these regulatory frameworks into an asset to make your company more effective in terms of results, governance and data management.

Sweep brings together a number of senior executives and partners to discuss and highlight the duo of collective intelligence and technology, which have never made so much sense as when they are at the service of climate and ESG.

Renaud Bettin

VP Climate Action & Sales Enablement

As Sweep’s VP Climate Action, Renaud brings to Sweep a decade of experience in the field of carbon offsetting and corporate climate strategy.

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Renaud Bettin

Rachel Delacour

Cofounder and CEO

Sweep cofounder and CEO Rachel is an award-wining repeat entrepreneur. She cofounded BIME Analytics, which was acquired by US customer service company Zendesk.

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Rachel Delacour

Xavier GIRRE

Chief Financial Officer

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Nathalie Wright

Chief Sustainability Officer and Chief Digital Officer

Souhila KADRI

Senior Manager, ESG reporting

Senior Manager in charge of ESG reporting in the Department of Professional Practice de KPMG Paris.

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