Financial effects for the current reporting period that are recognised in the primary financial statements.
Impacts on a company's financial status, performance, and cash flow resulting from risks and opportunities, occurring in the short, medium, or long term.
Financial impacts that do not meet the requirements for being included in the financial statements and are not accounted for in the current financial effects.
A sustainability matter is financially significant if it poses risks or opportunities that impact the company's financial position, performance, cash flows, access to finance, or cost of capital in the short, medium, or long term.
Impacts refer to the effects a company's operations and value chain have on the environment, people, and human rights. These effects can be positive or negative, intended or unintended, reversible or irreversible, and can occur over different time periods. Impacts indicate the company's contribution to sustainable development.
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