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Mitigating Risk in ESG Supply Chains


Introducing the first in a new series of free online legal pop-up sessions with a specialist lawyer from Mishcon de Reya

The growing emphasis on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors for business has prompted many to weave these considerations into their supply chains. This strategic integration is not just a trend, but a powerful tool in mitigating risk, reducing cost, and improving efficiency.

Learn how to mitigate risk across global supply chains and ensure suppliers satisfy ESG standards, with a 30 minute session discussing topics such as:

  • Addressing climate change impact: understand the potential effects of climate change on your supply chain and how to mitigate them.
  • Identifying social and labour concerns: learn how to identify and address potential social and labour issues within your supply chain.
  • Exploring data privacy and security: discover the importance of data privacy and security in your supply chain and how to ensure it.
  • A closer look at environmental regulations: explore environmental regulations that could impact your supply chain.
  • Looking into bribery and corruption: understand the risks of bribery and corruption in your supply chain and how to prevent them.

Feel free to ask us about any other topics you’d like to explore with a member of our dedicated team.

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How it works

To help you make the most of the session, we like to ask a few questions to get to know more about you and your business, which is all captured in the form below. After submitting your virtual pop-up request, we will be in touch to confirm the timeslot for your call.

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