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The regulation aims to establish a common and clear language on sustainable economic activities. The European Taxonomy is a more accurate assessment of an asset’s degree of commitment to sustainability and a challenge for organisations.
Compliance with and contribution to the sustainability goals and aligning with the objectives set by the European Union facilitate access to green finance.
Companies with more than 250 employees, profits of over 40 million euros and/or more than 20 million euros in assets must report on the sustainability of their assets from 2024 onwards.
Meanwhile, as listed companies, SOCIMIs will be obliged to do so from the end of the 2026 financial year even if they do not have the stipulated number of employees. Complying with the taxonomy is considered a positive move for Family Offices due to the fact investment funds and clients will demand this information.
Gesvalt advises its clients on complying with their obligations for disclosure as established by the European Taxonomy Regulation for sustainable activities. An economic activity is considered sustainable if it contributes substantially to the achievement of one or more of the six environmental objectives established, without causing significant damage to the rest of these objectives.