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New Conflict Minerals Legislation to Impact Global Revenue

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Canada and the European Union are the latest to join the ‘world stage’ for Conflict Minerals reporting requirements.

New Conflict Minerals Legislation | Experts Discuss Implications for Global Brands

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How does the international legislations impact your revenue stream? Register for this FREE webinar to find out.

The international expansion of Conflict Minerals legislation has mobilized key executives from global companies to adopt supply chain transparency to appease court of law AND the court of public opinion.

Canada & EU Join World Stage | Conflict Minerals is a Global Concern

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How does the international legislations impact your revenue stream? Register for this FREE webinar to find out.

The international expansion of Conflict Minerals legislation has mobilized key executives from global companies to adopt supply chain transparency to appease court of law AND the court of public opinion.

Conflict Minerals Alert: New International Requirements Impact Operations and Revenue

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The international expansion of Conflict Minerals legislation has mobilized key executives from global companies to adopt supply chain transparency to appease court of law AND the court of public opinion.

Our panel of global experts from Canada and the European Union will address the international laws and their ramifications for public and private companies around the world.  Register for this June 12th webcast at 12:30 PM ET/ 9:30 AM PT. 

SEC Releases Conflict Minerals FAQ

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The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has just published a 12 part frequently asked questions form on the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.  These FAQs offer clarity and guidance on various aspects of Section 13(p), Rule 13p-1 and Item 1.01 of Form SD relating to conflict minerals sourced from the Democratic Republic of the Congo and adjoining countries. 

Canada and the European Union join the ‘world stage’ for Conflict Minerals

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International Conflict Minerals Legislation: Public and Private Companies are Impacted.  

Both global economies proposed legislation that closely resemble Dodd Frank Section 1502 = evidence that conflict minerals is a growing GLOBAL concern. 

Conflict Minerals Compliance Deadline Looms Over Global Brands

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With just 1 year for issuers to be in compliance with Dodd-Frank Section 1502, Global Brands are gathering at the Global Conflict Minerals Symposium to gain the skills and knowledge they need in order to meet their due diligence requirements.

The invitation-only Symposium will convene a diverse cross-section of speakers including U.S. State Department, Tata Consulting Services Group, Resource Global, Biogen Idec, Elm Consulting, University of California, Schulth Roth & Zabel European Union, U.S. Government Accountability Office, and more.

540 Million New Consumers Expect Conflict Free Sourcing from Your Brand

Webinar attendees get 2 for 1 at Global Conflict Minerals Symposium
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Canada and the European Union are the latest to join the ‘world stage’ for Conflict Minerals reporting requirements. Both global economies proposed legislation that closely resemble Dodd Frank Section 1502 = evidence that conflict minerals is a growing GLOBAL concern.

The international expansion of Conflict Minerals legislation has mobilized key executives from global companies to adopt supply chain transparency to appease court of law AND the court of public opinion.

Electronics Manufacturers Face New Supply Chain Threat

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New Green House Gas Protocol (GHGP) amendment will now require NF3, nitrogen triflouride, to be included in inventories under the Corporate Standard, Value Chain (Scope 3) Standard, and Product Standard under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).  

NF3, primarily used in the production of popular electronics such as LCD panels, computer circuits and thin-film solar cells, is said to be 17,200 times more powerful than carbon dioxide in trapping atmospheric heat over a 100-year time span. 

Millions of Consumers Demand Solution to Human Rights Violations in the DRC

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Canada and the European Union are the latest to join the ‘world stage’ for Conflict Minerals reporting requirements. Both global economics proposed legislation that closely resemble Dodd Frank Section 1502 = evidence that conflict minerals is a growing GLOBAL concern.

The international expansion of Conflict Minerals legislation has mobilized key executives from global companies to adopt supply chain transparency to appease court of law AND the court of public opinion.

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