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M23091.3 - European Sustainability Reporting Standards – Social - Session 3 (Online)

  • 27 Nov 2023
  • 13:30 - 16:45
  • Online Webinar


Registration is closed
Registration Time: 13:15
Sessions Time: 13:30 - 15:30  no break
Speakers: Ms Anita Grech, Mr Carl Zammit La Rosa, Ms Ediana Guillaumier & Ms Michaela Valletta
Venue: Online Webinar
Participation Fees (The Institute is now accepting payments via Paypal)
MIA Members: €40
Non-MIA Members: €75.00
Retired Members: €20.00
Students: €30.00

*Group bookings for 3 or more participants available.

Under the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), large and most listed companies in the EU will be required to start adopting European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRSs) in a matter of months, for financial years starting 1 January 2024. It is only a matter of time before other companies follow suit, with other large and small and medium-sized undertakings, among others, also being subject to these requirements as from financial years starting 1 January 2025 and 2026. As companies prepare for these new requirements, it is important that they understand the detailed disclosures and the related metrics that must be reported on. This CPE session will focus on those topical standards related to the social sphere, being own workforce, workers in the value chain, affected communities and consumers and end-users.


This session will focus on the disclosure requirements as detailed within:
  • ESRS S1 Own workforce
  • ESRS S2 Workers in the value chain
  • ESRS S3 Affected communities
  • ESRS S4 Consumers and end-users
The session will also provide a brief overview of the ESRS cross-cutting standards. These two standards set out the general requirements and disclosures which apply throughout the sustainability reporting under the ESRS framework.


Members of the accountancy profession and sustainability professionals interested in the reporting obligations emanating from the ESRSs and/or who may be involved in the collection, analysis or reporting of such information.


As organisations respond to various sustainability pressures, accountants and non-accountants alike need to keep up to speed with the changing regulatory environment and learn how to gather, understand, and articulate performance on a range of material sustainability matters.

    Speakers' Profiles

    Anita Grech is a Partner at Mazars Malta and is specialised in audits of PIEs and listed entities and has extensive experience working on local and international groups of companies. She previously worked with one of the Big Four firms and has also gained experience working in industry. Anita is part of firm’s technical team and involved in internal training on audit methodology and is also deputy chairperson on the MIA’s sustainable finance committee. Anita is a Certified Public Accountant and Practicing Auditor by profession.
    Carl Zammit La Rosa is a Manager at PwC focusing on ESG and supporting clients with their sustainability journey through carbon footprint assessments, sustainability strategies, non-financial reporting and assurance on sustainability information, amongst others. Carl is also leading PwC Malta’s net zero commitment to 2030 and assists on other aspects of management consulting relating to EU funding and policy. Carl is a member of the MIA Sustainable Finance Committee.
    Ediana Guillaumier leads People Advisory Services and EY Connect Learning for EY Malta. She is responsible for advising clients on human resource related matters including, training needs assessments, cultural transformation, performance management, change and talent management. for a number of sectors and industries, including government and parastatal, hospitality, financial services, gaming, retail and healthcare.
    As part of her role, Ediana has coordinated and project managed learning programmes, mobilising teams, resources and content, for the efficient delivery of high-quality courses. In addition, she has organised employee engagement surveys at an entity level and at a national level, including the Work Reimagined Survey 2023, 2022 and 2021, which focused on the employee sentiment across employees in the Maltese Islands.
    Ediana is a Certified Public Accountant, a Member of the Malta Institute of Accountants and a Certified Facilitator/Trainer for EY. Ediana is also a Committee Member on Women Directors in Malta.
    Michaela Valletta works within the ESG Assurance Team at Deloitte where she is focusing on advisory and assurance work in relation to the sustainability regulatory landscape as well as the business development of the ESG function within the firm. She has also been invited as a guest lecturer at University of Malta and MCAST with regards to ESG training. Michaela is a member of the MIA Sustainable Reporting Working Group.


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