Conflict Minerals Compliance: How to Approach Reporting

by Source Intelligence

on January 28, 2016

 

 

Year three of conflict minerals compliance is expected to be a year of both progress and change. Companies must continue to perform necessary due diligence to determine the source of tin, tungsten, tantalum and gold (3TG) in their supply chain and report on their process. However, what companies are required to declare may change.

Gain Key Insights on How to Improve Your Conflict Minerals Reporting

 

As you prepare for another reporting year of the conflict minerals regulation, join this webinar to learn about changes in reporting requirements of Dodd-Frank section 1502 and gain key insights from past conflict minerals reporting data to improve the efficiency of your program.

Whether you are just getting started or would like to make improvements to your existing conflict minerals program, this webinar will provide guidance for year three of conflict minerals compliance and reporting.

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