Expectations for Companies' Conflict Minerals Reporting

Published:

April 24, 2014

Author:

Darren Fenwick, Patricia Jurewicz.

Abstract:

By May 31, 2014, it is expected that companies, officially known as issuers, will be required to take the unprecedented step of submitting their first conflict minerals disclosures to the Securities and Exchange Commission, or SEC. This paper is intended to describe the content that certain sustainable and responsible investors, or SRIs, and nongovernmental organizations, or NGOs, expect to see in an issuer's Specialized Disclosure, or Form SD, and Conflict Minerals Report, or CMR, if a CMR is deemed necessary....

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RSN champions human rights with vulnerable communities in the mining and harvesting of raw materials found in products we use every day.

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