6 October 2020: ICAEW has collaborated with the British Embassy in Athens and WWF Greece to talk about a sustainable response to COVID. The two virtual events delivered key messages on the climate agenda and the use of green financing tools.
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22 September 2020: It was no good making assumptions. The Port of Rotterdam had to prepare for no UK/EU trade agreement early and now, with just a few weeks to go, it has already built a community of consensus, through stakeholder buy-in, to its new procedures.
22 September: The European Commission intends to embed strategic foresight into policymaking and to develop ‘resilience dashboards’ for key priorities. Will mainstreaming foresight deliver future-proof policies?
17 September: European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen used her first set-piece ‘State of the European Union’ speech yesterday to outline her vision for the coming years and make several ambitious policy announcements. Susanna Di Feliciantonio, ICAEW Head of European Affairs, reviews the key points.
7 September 2020: With autumn in the air, ICAEW Head of European Affairs Susanna Di Feliciantonio takes a closer look at some of the key items on the EU’s agenda for the rest of the year.
4 August: The European Commission is in the process of reviewing non-financial reporting rules, in place for larger entities since 2018.
30 July 2020: ICAEW Head of European Affairs, Susanna Di Feliciantonio, takes a closer look at last week’s extraordinary EU summit
17 July: In its response to the European Commission’s consultation on its renewed sustainable finance strategy, ICAEW has called on financial actors to play a leading role in accelerating sustainability across the broader economy.
8 July 2020: Debate is growing about what follows next after the European Commission decision to suspend EU fiscal rules during the coronavirus pandemic, writes Susanna Di Feliciantonio, Head of European Affairs at ICAEW.
1 July 2020: One of the legacies of the COVID-19 crisis could be a stronger push towards e-government around the world. Estonia is a case in point.