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ComplianceESGApril 11, 2024

Identifying third-party risk in the context of ESG

Download this whitepaper to read why third-party risk management needs to be part of your company’s ESG strategy, and about a three-step process to manage ESG objectives in your supply chain.

What’s Inside

The scope of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors goes beyond the brick-and-mortar walls of your company and extends to third-party relationships within your supply chain. Managing ESG risks like carbon emissions, resource depletion, labor practices, and compliance becomes even more daunting when thinking about the relationships of your extended enterprise. This is why integrating third-party risk management into your ESG strategy is imperative.

This whitepaper explains how to take a holistic approach to ESG risks, using a framework for consolidating information from multiple sources to effectively manage ESG risk across your entire supply chain. Download the whitepaper to find out more.

Key Takeaways

Plus learn more about:

  • Examples of the ripple effect of third-party actions on major corporations
  • The common obstacles companies face to comply with ESG regulations
  • A three-step process to manage ESG objectives in the supply chain
  • The role of technology and automation for ESG management and compliance
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