CSRD: Business Case on Upcoming ESG Reporting Challenge | Renewi: A Roadmap towards Navigating the CSRD

March 20, 2024

During this Vision Dinner, Patrick will take you through the process of creating the roadmap and elaborate on his thoughts surrounding the challenges and the current state of the new directive. For example, how will authorities audit companies with regards to these legislative measures? After the presentation, there is an opportunity for open discussions with Patrick and the other participants. You are most welcome to join!

  • Small-scale peer session
  • Open dialogue by means of the Chatham House Rule

Patrick Schillemans, Renewi

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Patrick Schillemans

Finance Director

Patrick Schillemans is a true finance professional having been active in F&A his whole professional life. Before he became a finance director at Renewi, he spent almost 12 years at Sabic, a global leader in chemicals, where he covered a variety of business finance roles.



With the impending European ESG legislation in 2025, understanding which KPIs are relevant for your company reports and how to report them is vital. Hence Patrick Schillemans, Finance Director at Renewi, is building a roadmap to help Renewi successfully navigate this challenge. To create this roadmap, companies need to conducted their double materiality self-assessment to determine which KPIs are relevant to them. Based on this assessment the roadmap highlights the relevant KPIs, how to report them, and brings to light any challenges in reporting the KPIs such as securing the actual data needed to report them.


Location: TBD, Rotterdam area

17:30 | Start program (including presentation, discussion and a 3-course dinner)
20:30 | End of formal program, opportunity for informal networking


Chief Finance Officers and Finance Directors, Directors in Sustainability en Directors in Supply Chain

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