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Bloomberg Adds Data for Compliance with EU Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive

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Bloomberg has added a data offering to the Bloomberg Terminal that collates data that companies have started to report in line with the EU’s Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD). The offering is also available via Data License for scalable enterprise-wide use.

CSRD expands the range of firms that need to disclose ESG data publicly and broadens reporting to over 1,000 metrics covering both financial and impact materiality criteria, with reporting requirements coming into play in 2025.

The CSRD offering is based on a mapping of European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS) to existing Bloomberg data fields and includes historical data for a subset of fields reported by companies voluntarily or under previous regulatory requirements. Additional fields will be created to ensure clients can access mandatory quantitative disclosures covering both financial and impact materiality. Companies required to report in 2025 are already included in Bloomberg’s coverage, which will be expanded to include companies that will start to report in 2026.

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