09:00 - 13:00
Registration at 08:45
Hotel Almanac X
Štepánská 40, Prague
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Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), a new EU legislation that will require large companies in the EU to report on their sustainability performance in their annual management reports. With their signature, the management is indicating their commitment to sustainability and responsible practices and acknowledging their responsibility to stakeholders and authorities to report on the company’s ESG performance.

Learn from experts what CSRD obligations entail for you as a business leader and how to master implementing ESG Strategy in your organisation, learn about financing opportunities and investments, and get valuable insight from companies that are already implementing ESG as part of their business strategy.

Course graduates will receive a certificate of completion confirmed by EY, the University of Economics and Business in Prague, and the British Chamber of Commerce. You will also receive confirmation of graduation on your LinkedIn profile.

This seminar is designed for individuals who were unable to attend the event earlier this spring. Nevertheless, the program has been refreshed to address the latest developments in this field.


  1. ESG advantage by integration into broader strategy
    • Sustainability at a crossroads – views from Boards, CEOs, CFOs and Investors (latest findings from EY Surveys)
    • Is there value in ESG reporting?
  2. CSRD – a game-changer for ESG reporting in the EU
    • What to watch for when implementing the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive in your organization
    • Double materiality under CSRD
    • How to get ready for CSRD – tips, hints, and tools
  3. Implementing ESG into global business, Colt CZ
    • Setting and operationalizing sustainability strategy in a dynamic environment
    • First-hand experience and insight of the process
  4. Sustainable Finance – Investors and lenders expectations
    • Evolution of sustainable finance market and recent trends
    • What are investors expecting from companies in terms of ESG disclosure
  5. EU Taxonomy – transitioning towards a green economy
    • The perils of reporting under EU taxonomy article 8
    • Can EU taxonomy deliver on the EU Green deal?


Markéta Horková | EY Senior Manager, Climate Change and Sustainability Services

With over 15 years years of experience in international corporate finance, collaborating with leading players in the industry. At present, she advises multinational companies on ESG strategies, policies, and disclosures.




Daniel Houska | Member of the EU Platform on Sustainable Finance and a Vice Dean of Education at the Faculty of International Relations, Prague University of Economics and Business

Daniel is engaged in sustainable finance frameworks in the EU since 2019 and teaches Sustainability Reporting aligned to the upcoming European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS). Apart from that, he is also a lecturer at the Czech Chamber of Auditors and a member of the expert groups at the Czech Chamber of Commerce.


Petr Karel | Managing Director, London Market; Vice-chairman of the British Chamber of Commerce and Chairman of the BCC Sustainability Working Group

London Market, based in Prague/London, focuses on services in the areas of export and structured finance, international trade and cross-border investment. Petr has been also involved in projects concerning renewable energy, a transition from fossil to sustainable energy and an international scientific regenerative farming project addressing the global issues of climate change, land degradation and bio-sequestration of CO2 emissions.


Alice Machová | EY Partner, Climate Change and Sustainability Services

With over twenty years of experience in consulting, Alice is leading ESG transformation & Sustainable finance projects for a number of Czech and multinational companies. The EY CCaSS team is supporting clients with CSRD, EU Taxonomy and other hot topics. Alice is one of the founding members of the Sustainability Working Group at the British Chamber of Commerce.



Klára Šípová | Investor Relations, Colt CZ Group

Klára has over 25 years of professional experience in capital markets communication and investor relations, corporate governance, regulatory reporting, investment banking and capital markets including debt, equity, M&A and corporate advisory working for companies such as Commerzbank and JPMorgan in Frankfurt, London and Prague. At Colt CZ Group, apart from the IR agenda, she is actively engaged in the implementation of the Group’s ESG strategy.


Joshua Zakkai | Director Sustainable Markets, ING

Attendance fees:
BCC Members: CZK 4,500 + VAT
Non-members: CZK 5,000 + VAT

This event is intended for C-level representatives, Board members and Top Management.
Capacity: 15 participants max

Attendance fee

Ticket Type Price Spaces
BCC members
(+ VAT)
4,500.00 CZK
BCC Non-members
(+ VAT)
5,000.00 CZK

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