The Supply Chain Act is now effective from January 2023 in Germany and is primarily intended to ensure that companies respect human rights and the environment in their global supply chain.
The regulation is applicable to all companies with a subsidiary in Germany and more than 3000 employees. In 2024 this number will be decreased to 1000 employees. But that is not all. A European directive should be published soon, with even higher restrictive conditions.
What does that mean for your enterprise? What do you have to prepare internally and externally with suppliers in your supply chain? What is the risk if you do not act now and wait?
These are only some of the questions we will address from different angles in our event series. Complying with this regulation requires a good understanding of the measures needed for the industry in which you operate, as well as the size of your company and its geographical footprint.
Andersen and BearingPoint bring a unique combination of knowledge and experience. While Andersen supports its client on this issue by clarifying legal requirements and identifying associated risks, BearingPoint brings its expertise in risk management practices and significantly accelerates implementation by leveraging technology.
Laurent Charmes, Senior Manager, BearingPoint
Cecilia Leong, Senior Manager, BearingPoint
Rouven Schwab, Partner, Andersen
The exchange during our event (online and offline) will show the audience the success factors and the pitfalls to avoid. Subsequently, this journey can be started in the best conditions, achieving results quickly and requiring less internal effort.
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