Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is becoming more and more important in corporate management, a single focus on financial indicators in strategic corporate management is increasingly regarded as insufficient.
Institutional investors in particular are stressing the importance of socially responsible entrepreneurship and CSR reporting. This creates new expectations on the tasks of auditors and the desire for increased assurance in the field of non-financial corporate information. But what exactly should be audited from the investors' point of view? And which audits are already being carried out today - maybe implicitly?
This is an event for auditors and financial market participants. Roundtable attendees are invited to actively contribute to the discussion.