Conflict Minerals Filing Period Ends December 31, 2013. Is Your Company Ready?
By the end of 2013, the first Conflict Minerals reporting period will be coming to an end. If you are in the electronics, automotive or a number of other manufacturing-related industries, chances are you will need to report on conflict minerals in your supply chain. These conflict minerals are often referred to as 3TG and consist of tin, tantalum, tungsten and gold. The reason for the reporting requirements, outlined in the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, is an attempt to eliminate funding for the conflict fighting in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
If you have not begun your process of gathering information required to file, don’t worry, Source Intelligence is here to help. On Wednesday, December 4th, at 10am PDT, Source Intelligence will be offering a complementary web-based event where attendees can gain cross-industry best practices to craft a streamlined process and implement a conflict minerals program with a methodology that ensure you comply with the law and your customers’ policy in 2014 and beyond.
First announced in Source Intelligence’s most recent Virtual Symposium yesterday, this ground breaking event will feature a range of experts with all the information that you need to file. To listen to Source Intelligence COO Matt Thorn talk about the webinar, go to the 22 minute mark on Wednesday's Virtual Symposium.
To register for the webinar click HERE