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New French Reporting Law: What Does It Mean for Foreign Companies?

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Date and Time

Tuesday October 9, 2012
8:00 am-9:00 am


Location

Webinar


Topics

#Ethics and Governance


Focus of the Forum

With more than 20,000 foreign enterprises in France, the law is set to either directly affect your operations or affect the operations of your competitors.

  • What are the key facts you should know about this law?
  • How does it compare to other regulations and voluntary initiatives?
  • Where should you begin?

Format

The webinar will involve a teleconference accompanied by a real-time, internet-based presentation using WebEx. Telephone and login instructions will be sent after registration.

Speakers

  • Melanie Czepik, Project Manager, Reporting, ORSE, French Observatory of Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Farid Baddache, Managing Director, BSR

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