Recent Developments Affecting the Regulation of Global Supply Chains
About this White paper
The regulation of global supply chains is becoming increasingly proliferate with respect to human rights and environmental, social and governance (ESG) concerns. As a direct result of heightened media scrutiny concerning forced labor, human trafficking, and child exploitation, authorities across several jurisdictions have adopted a series of incrementally more aggressive measures aimed at holding companies directly accountable for the actions of their third parties.
- For anyone responsible for:
- Compliance and Legal
- Supply Chain & Third Party Risk Management
- Procurement Managers
- What you'll learn:
This whitepaper highlights some of the more notable regulatory developments across the globe that are dominating current headlines. It also provides recommendations for companies faced with the task of enhancing their corporate compliance programs to account for new and emerging supply chain transparency and the expected measures for organisations to protect human rights.
- Supply Chain Regulation in the European Union
- Regulatory Developments in North America
- Considerations for Businesses With Global Supply Chain Exposure
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