This webcast aired on February 28, 2023.
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As conversations around human rights, corruption and supply chain disruption intensify around the globe, businesses face increased scrutiny and pressure from regulators, investors, and customers to prioritize environmental, social, and governance (ESG) goals across the value chain – including third parties. Organizations that do not focus adequately on integrating sustainability and compliance into their supplier engagement program expose themselves to regulatory actions, supply crunch, and loss of reputation and goodwill from stakeholders. Most importantly, they risk not achieving their sustainability targets.
How can you embed human rights, compliance and geopolitical considerations into your third-party engagement program to maintain a comprehensive view of interconnected risks, understand the regulatory and reputational implications of those risks, to make more informed decisions at all levels? And how do you make the business case for responsible sourcing?
Join our panel of experts as they discuss:
- The business imperatives driving the focus on compliance and governance
- Recent regulations including the German Supply Chain Act and EU Directives on corporate sustainability due diligence
- Compliance to existing regulations including the US FCPA , UK Bribery Act
- Best practices from leading companies that are driving responsible sourcing
- The role of technology in the adoption of an integrated supplier engagement program
Anu Priy Vij, Compliance as a Service Leader – Genpact
Anna Hakobyan, Global Sustainability, Supplier Diversity & Government Compliance Lead – AstraZeneca
Daniel Koehnen, International Compliance Director – Cardinal Health
Vikram Krishnamurthy, Director of Supplier Operations – Unilever