Panel: ESG - Supply Chain Governance in DACH
The Supply Chain Due Diligence act, which is enforced by the Federal Office of Economics and Export Control, will require large companies to conduct supply chain due diligence activities to identify, prevent and address human rights and environmental abuses within their own and their direct suppliers’ operations. The law, which came into effect in 2023, applies to companies based in Germany with more than 3,000 employees, and from 2024, will include companies in Germany with more than 1,000 employees.
This fireside chat will discuss:
- What practical next steps should companies take to adhere to the law?
- How can companies take steps to identify, prevent and mitigate ESG risk?
- What new technologies can assist companies with adherence to the Supply Chain Due Diligence Act? Has there been M&A in the space?
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