Double materiality explained
First introduced by the EU Commission as part of the Non-Binding Guidelines on Non-Financial Reporting Update, double materiality essentially expands the traditional concept of materiality.
Materiality is a tricky concept in itself; identifying and measuring material issues can be a challenging proposition. While it might seem that double materiality should be twice as challenging, that doesn’t have to be the case.
Join a session led by Donato Calace, Director of Accounts and Innovation at Datamaran to see how you can achieve double materiality on Datamaran.
- Learn about the concept of double materiality and what it means to business
- See how you can run double materiality analysis on Datamaran in real time
- Understand wider ESG regulatory developments and the rationale behind double materiality.
Update: Datamaran submission to the NFRD public consultation
On 10 June 2020, Datamaran responded to the European Commission on Non-Financial Reporting Directive, focusing on the application of the materiality principle.
Our response can be articulated on four main pillars:
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