Control Risks experts discuss how the nuances of and shifts in ESG regulation and compliance intersect with geopolitics.
In many parts of the world, ESG has shifted from a mere buzzword to enforceable regulation, transitioning from optional measures to obligatory commitments and moving from direct consequences to broader supply chain implications. These shifts intersect with global geopolitics, a dynamic set to intensify as fragmentation and localisation intertwine with the ripple effects of climate disruption, emerging technology, and demographic changes. Join Control Risks as we explore the impact this will have on business.
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