Paving the Way to CSRD and SEC Compliance: A ‘How-to-Get-Started’ Guide for US Companies

As environmental, social and governance (ESG) reporting continues to gain prominence worldwide, U.S. companies must prepare for both the European Union’s Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) and the proposed U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) climate-related disclosure rule.

Join Sphera, named a market leader by an Independent Research Firm, as we untangle the similarities and differences of both the CSRD and the proposed SEC climate-related disclosure rule. We will dive into the essential aspects of the CSRD, providing insights on which non-EU companies will be affected. You will also learn when U.S. companies should start and how best to prepare for compliance with the new and upcoming mandatory reporting requirements.


  • Nico McCrossan, Manager, Sustainable Finance & ESG, GreenBiz Group


  • Victoria Lopez-Whitley, Director, Environmental Social, Governance (ESG), Arcosa, Inc
  • Stefan Premer, Principal Consultant, Global Lead Climate Strategy, Sphera Consulting
  • Rob Polito, ESG & Environmental SME, Solution Executive, Sphera

Register to watch the webinar.

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