Preparing for Compliance with the SEC’s Conflict Minerals Rule: Challenges Ahead!


In This Presentation:

Overview and Introductions; Overview of the Conflict Minerals Rule; Overview of the Rule: Conflict Minerals; Overview of the Rule: Key Steps; Overview of the Rule: Reporting Requirements; Overview of the Rule: Key Dates; Overview of the Rule: Transition Period; Recycled or Scrap Sources; Step 1: Manufacture – or Contract to Manufacture?; Step 1: Are Conflict Minerals “Necessary”?; Step 2: Reasonable Country of Origin Inquiry; Step 2: After RCOI, is Due Diligence Required?; Step 3: Due Diligence; Step 3: What is “Due Diligence?”; Step 3: Reporting on Due Diligence; Step 3: The Conflict Minerals Report; Step 3: The Transition Period; Step 3: Due Diligence Audit Requirements; What Now? Key Considerations; Making an Action Plan: Practical Steps; Practical Steps; and Questions.

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