In this webinar, Accountancy Europe will bring together experts from banking, small and medium-sized enterprise (SME), accounting and policy-making backgrounds to share their thoughts on what concrete measures could help SMEs get on the path towards a more sustainable future.
SMEs are facing strong expectations to make their business models more sustainable. EU and national legislation, such as on sustainability reporting and due diligence, will impact SMEs both directly and indirectly through ‘trickle-down’ demands from larger businesses, banks and the public sector. In parallel, consumers, investors and new generations expect businesses of all sizes to align with society’s sustainability ambitions.
Everyone recognises that SMEs must be taken into account and supported, but there are relatively little details on what SMEs actually need. Join us for this discussion!
Jesper Esman Andersen, Head of Consulting, Roesgaard
Luc Hendrickx, Director, SMEUnited
Jean-François Pons, Associate, Alphalex-Consult
Valérie Derambure, Director for ESG, Groupe BPCE and member of the Sustainability Reporting & Audit working group, European Association of Cooperative Banks (EACB)
Ondřej Kovařík (RE/Czech Republic), MEP, member of the SME Intergroup
Opening remarks: Olivier Boutellis-Taft, CEO, Accountancy Europe
Moderator: Noémi Robert, Director, Accountancy Europe
Olivier Boutellis-Taft, Accountancy Europe
- Jesper Esman Andersen, Roesgaard
- Luc Hendrickx, SMEUnited
- Jean-François Pons, Alphalex-Consult
- Valérie Derambure, Groupe BPCE and European Association of Cooperative Banks (EACB)
- Ondřej Kovařík, MEP Moderator: Noémi Robert, Accountancy Europe
Noémi Robert, Accountancy Europe
8 December 2022
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