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Trade and manufacturing

What the EU's new Due Diligence legislation means for investors and corporates

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Beata
 
Stepantchenko
 
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Laura
 
Sussman
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The European Union's Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence legislation promises far-reaching implications for European and foreign companies operating within the EU. It also represents a sizeable step towards making supply chains more environmentally and socially sustainable and transparent.

Today on the podcast, Trade and Manufacturing Associate Laura Sussman is joined by Investor Services Associate Beata Stepantchenko and Analyst Alisa Seufert to unpack the implications and impacts of the CSDDD. They discuss the state of play regarding EU institution negotiations, topline insights for industry, and how the legislation plays into ongoing efforts to improve human rights due diligence.

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