Opinion, Policy and Regulation

Supply chain risks and ESG compliance

The introduction of a compliance-related approach to financial crime enforcement, where liability may be triggered by actions far down a supply chain, will likely be applied to ESG concerns too

In the past decade, financial crime enforcement has been transformed by the introduction of compliance-based offences that hold companies liable ...

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