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Thank you for your interest in the webinar "Conflict Minerals Compliance: Due Diligence in a Complex Supply Chain," hosted by Thomson Reuters on May 6, 2014. To access the recorded webcast, please complete the form.
The new SEC rule on Conflict Minerals under Dodd Frank Section 1502 requires certain companies to publicly disclose their use of conflict minerals that originated in the war-torn Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) or an adjoining country. The four metals include tantalum, tin, gold or tungsten and need to be disclosed if those minerals are “necessary to the functionality or production of a product” manufactured by those companies. Companies are required to file their first SEC disclosure report on May 31, 2014.
Our distinguished speakers for this session --Michael Rohwer, Program Director at the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition and Lawrence Heim, Director at The Elm Group LLC/Elm Sustainability Partners LLC, along with moderator James Swenson, Head of IntegraScreen Operations & Delivery at Thomson Reuters -- share key points that any premier governance, risk and compliance professional should know to chart a sound path ahead.
Using examples of actual situations from an array of companies, this webinar provides an overview of the SEC Rule on Conflict Minerals Disclosure and highlight the requirements and insights learned since the Dodd Frank law itself was signed. In addition, there will be a discussion on best practices for assessment and monitoring to help companies manage their 3rd party supply chain, conduct appropriate due diligence to assess risk and meet current conflict minerals requirements.
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