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Law 11/2018 of 28 December, which amended the Commercial Code, the consolidated text of the Law on Incorporated Companies approved by Royal Legislative Decree 1/2010 of 2 July, and Law 22/2015 of 20 July, on Account Audits, non-financial information and diversity, requires certain organisations to report non-financial information annually, meaning information on the environment, society, personnel, human rights, anti-corruption and bribery, and on the company itself.
Since 1 January 2018, companies that satisfy the following requirements are obligated to report the status of non-financial information, whether individual or consolidated:
The total asset headings exceed 20,000,000 euros.The net annual turnover exceeds 40,000,000 euros.The average number of workers employed during the FY exceeds 250.
From 2021, companies with more than 250 employees are also required to submit the non-financial information statement.
The Transitional Provision of Law 11/2018 lays out that three years after it goes into effect, the requirement to file the status of non-financial information shall apply to all companies with over 250 employees that are either regarded as public interest entities, in keeping with the account audit law (except for those entities that are classified as small and medium enterprises, as per Directive 34/2013), or that for two consecutive fiscal years, on the closing date of each FY, satisfy at least one of the following conditions:
The verification of non-financial information as per Law 11/2018 may be integrated with GRI, EMAS, SR10, EFR, ISO 14001, ISO 45001, verifications of environmental footprints (carbon, water, etc.).
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