Responsible Sourcing Network Report & Webinar To Be Released September 22nd
Mining the Disclosures 2015: An Investor Guide to Conflict Minerals Reporting In Year Two by Responsible Sourcing Network (RSN) will be a much-anticipated deep analysis of 155 companies that filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) per a mandate on whether their products contain materials from war-torn areas of Africa.
Mining the Disclosures: An Investor Guide to Conflict Mineral Reporting
The 2015 edition of Mining the Disclosures: An Investor Guide to Conflict Mineral Reporting by Responsible Sourcing Network (RSN) will be a much-anticipated deep analysis of filings by more than 1,400 companies to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) per a mandate on whether their products contain materials from war-torn areas of Africa.
Source Intelligence hosts session with Responsible Sourcing Network on day of report’s release
Carlsbad, CA, August 31 , 2015 /3BL Media/ – The Sept. 22 release of an authoritative study on current conflict minerals filings will include a live webcast to provide investors, suppliers, stakeholders and U.S. companies with additional insights into the research as well as recommendations to enhance compliance.
Yesterday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit reaffirmed its April 2014 decision regarding the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Conflict Minerals Rule: the requirement to describe products as having “not been found to be DRC conflict Free” violates the First Amendment.
With the deadline for Conflict Minerals Reporting Year 2014 over, Source Intelligence is pleased to offer a graphic representation of conflict minerals RY 2014 SEC filing data. The analysis provided in the infographic highlights how companies are really doing on their conflict minerals reporting, and how companies can plan ahead for RY 2015.
Companies not getting enough info to say products are 'Conflict Free'
The Wall Street Journal. The Dodd-Frank Act of 2010 requires publicly traded companies to report whether they use conflict minerals from mining operations that fund armed militia groups in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.