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Thomson Reuters Transparency Webinar Series

Thank you for your interest in the Thomson Reuters webinar series focusing on transparency in global supply chains in relation to risk. During this series we addressed topics such as such as bribery and corruption, illegal mining and conflict minerals and modern slavery. 
These Third Party Risk webinars included a range of expert speakers from the private sector, civil society and Thomson Reuters, and discussed how companies can address emerging risks in a holistic and systematic way while driving transparency in a complex global environment. Please complete the form on the right hand side to access the webinar materials including webinar recordings and presentation slides. 
Please be informed that the Illegal Logging webinar on 8th December 2016 has been cancelled.  Please accept our sincere apologies for any inconvenience this may cause, however we hope you find useful our exclusive white paper on the subject of illegal logging and the red flags organizations have to look out for to prevent illegal timber from entering their supply chains.

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Bribery & Corruption - Tuesday, 20 September 2016 - webinar recording and presentation slides now available!

Register your details in the right hand column, and select which Bribery & Corruption webinar recording and presentation slides you would like to receive. We will then email these resources to you. 

How can you manage bribery and corruption risks in your supply chains?

Corruption transcends boundaries – appearing in many forms and its impact is felt across economies, politics and the environment. Thomson Reuters research shows a high correlation between bribery and corruption and money laundering and slavery, indicating that corruption is a possible gateway to other crimes. 

This webinar will explore how organizations can gain better visibility of the range of risks affecting their supply chain and business relationships, from geopolitical to criminal to financial and how to monitor and manage bribery and corruption in their third party relationships.

Featured speakers:

13.30 Hong Kong / 15:30 Sydney / 17:30 Auckland time zone  

  • Suzanne Snively, Transparency International, Executive Chair
  • Dean Ward, Head of Risk – Asia, Thomson Reuters
  • Sonya Rand, Community and Sustainability Manager, Coles
  • Kimberley Cole, Head of Sales Specialists - Financial and Risk, Thomson Reuters (Moderator)
10:00 New York / 15:00 London time zone 

  • May Miller Dawkins, Senior Advisor – Governance & transparency, The B Team 
  • Nathanael Ndjerareou, Country Risk Program Manager, Thomson Reuters
  • Susan Côté-Freeman, Head, Business Integrity Programme, Transparency International
  • Jo Webb, Global Engagement Manager, Thomson Reuters (Moderator)

Conflict Minerals & Illegal Mining - Tuesday, 11 October 2016 -  webinar recording and presentation slides now available!

How can you manage the risk of conflict minerals in your supply chains? 

Despite international legislation, the illegal mining and conflict minerals trade fuels a range of risks from human rights abuses to environmental crimes. The ubiquity of illegal mining and the lack of transparency mean that companies across the globe, even with the most well-managed supply chains can be unwittingly contributing to these abuses. In this webinar the expert speakers will discuss how businesses can manage the risks of illicit minerals from illegal mines entering their supply chains and cut the link between the minerals trade and its negative impacts on people, planet and communities.

Featured Speakers:

  • Michael Rohwer, Associate Director Information and Communications Technology, BSR
  • Charles A. Riepenhoff, Jr. Managing Director, KPMG
  • James Swenson, Head of Operations and Delivery, Thomson Reuters
  • Jo Webb, Global Engagement Manager, Thomson Reuters (Moderator)

Modern Slavery - Tuesday, 15 November 2016 - webinar recording and presentation slides now available!

How can you manage modern slavery risks in your supply chains? 

With an estimated 45.8 million people enslaved in the world, modern slavery is a huge modern problem, intersecting with and affecting business. Despite increasing awareness of the modern slavery issue, efforts to tackle this modern slavery problem are limited as reliable and comprehensive data on the issue is still hard to find. This webinar will cover how to fill the modern slavery data gap by using technology to transform and connect fragmented datasets into meaningful information to address slavery and human trafficking and uncover the hidden risks.

Featured Speakers: 

13.30 Hong Kong / 16:30 Sydney / 18:30 Auckland time zone  

  • BC Tan, Head of Client and Third Party Risk
  • Darian McBain, Global Director of Sustainable Development, Thai Union 
  • Steve Farrer, Head of Information Strategies, Liberty Asia
  • Kimberley Cole, Head of Sales Specialists – Financial and Risk, Thomson Reuters (moderator)

10:00 New York / 15:00 London time zone  

  • Tom Smith, Director of Responsible Sourcing, Walmart
  • Holly Sais Phillippi, Head of Proposition, Customer & Third Party Risk, Thomson Reuters
  • Dan Viederman, Managing Director, Humanity United
  • Jo Webb, Global Engagement Manager, Thomson Reuters (Moderator)

Webinar materials

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Bribery & Corruption - 20 September -
Webinar recording and presentation slides now available!

Conflict Minerals & Illegal Mining -
11 October - Webinar recording and presentation slides now available!

Modern Slavery - 15 November - Webinar recording and presentation slides now available!