A webinar organised by the German-Swiss Chamber of Commerce.
Regulation in the area of ESG is increasing. The development is rapid. There is a particular focus on human rights and environmental issues in supply chains. Both in Switzerland and Germany, legislators have introduced due diligence and transparency obligations.
What applies in Switzerland and Germany today? What will apply tomorrow? Does my company fall under an exemption clause? If not, what do I need to do immediately? Do I only have to take care of my direct suppliers or how far back in the supply chain do I have to start?
Get fit for the future. Responsible behaviour is required: Identify and address risks in your supply chains! Topics:
- Switzerland: Risk of child labour and conflict minerals – Overview of legislation – Does my company fall under the scope of application?
- Germany: Supply Chain Due Diligence Act
- EU outlook: EU Supply Chain Directive (CSDDD); EU Deforestation Regulation
- Practical tips for implementation: What is the minimum documentation?
Speakers: Dr. Martin Eckert Legal Partner, Co-Head ESG Team MME Legal Tax Compliance, Zurich and Zug
Dr. Bernd Kasemir Managing Partner Sustainserv, Frankfurt and Zurich
Registration: Here you will find the link Link to register for the webinar of the German-Swiss Chamber of Commerce
Please find here the presentation for the webinar ‘ESG – Legal changes in the area of supply chain regulation‘ (only in German) of the German-Swiss Chamber of Commerce.