1.2 Political Framework including the Financial MarketLearning plan

Which legal framework conditions already apply or are in the process of being created? What role does the current development of the financial sector play in this? Learn how politics and the financial market influence sustainable procurement.

The module covers the follwing content:

  • International and national regulatory developments
  • Legal compliance
  • From soft law to hard law - sustainability aspects & financial transparency
  • Trends in the national and European regulation
  • The concept of Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR)
  • The due diligence processes
  • Obligations to report & to act
  • Enforcement means of the Government
  • Future Challenges for Companies

Course language: English
Course type Seminar
Learning Duration 40 Minutes
Price 160.50 EUR (incl. 7% VAT rate)
Target Group
This module is aimed at:
  • CPOs and Purchasing Managers
  • CSR Professionals
  • Suppliers of Goods and Services
  • Strategic Buyers and Category Managers
  • Tactical Purchasers and Supplier Managers
Learning Objectives
After having accomplished this training, the participant will:
  • Know the development of the political framework on a national and international level and differentiate between international agreements, soft law, and mandatory requirements for companies
  • Understand medium & long-term political developments even outside the own specific sector
  • Know the corporate due-diligence process and understand why it makes sense for a company to act
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