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Tulane University Conducts Conflict Minerals Market Impact Survey of Entire Supply Chain

IPC members and many other companies are continuing to be burdened by compliance with U.S. conflict minerals regulations, while Europe contemplates its own conflict minerals regulations. In a continuing effort to quantify the burdens experienced by companies, especially those in the supply chain, Tulane University is conducting a Conflict Minerals Market Survey. The survey results […]

Industry Survey Reveals Significant Cost for Conflict Minerals Compliance

The first year of conflict minerals reporting has come and gone, but how much did it cost? What lessons have we learned? A comprehensive Tulane University survey of 2013 issuers shows average costs per issuer, identifies qualitative measures issuers are currently using, and identifies common supply chain practices. The survey results indicate an overall cost […]

Reminder: Participate in Tulane’s Conflict Minerals Post-filing Survey

Many of you are aware of, and some of you have participated in, Tulane’s anonymous conflict minerals post-filing survey, which aims to reveal the realities of Dodd-Frank Section 1502 regulatory compliance. So far, 132 companies have participated, with 75 of those from issuers or issuer and Tier 1 suppliers, ranging from the $50-100 million revenue […]

Participate in Tulane University’s Conflict Minerals Post-filing Survey

In 2011, Tulane University estimated the projected cost of conflict minerals compliance upon companies to be $7.93 billion. Your participation in Tulane University’s post-filing survey will help provide critical information about the cost impacts of conflict minerals compliance. Access survey at: http://tulane.co1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_0oBvozy4Y6do3bL. Password: JUNE2014. For up-to-the-minute information on conflict minerals reporting and lessons learned from […]

Survey Results in on Tulane University Conflict Minerals Regulation Impact Study

Results from a study on companies’ responses to the Dodd-Frank Section 1502 law and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) conflict minerals requirements from the Payson Center for International Development at Tulane University were presented by the study’s lead researcher, Chris Bayer, a Ph.D. candidate. The study was a follow up to Tulane’s initial […]

Tulane University Launches Conflict Minerals Burden Survey

As a follow up to its October 2011 study, “A Critical Analysis of the SEC and NAM Economic Impact Models and the Proposal of a Third Model in View of the Implementation of Section 1502 of the 2010 Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act,”  Tulane University has launched a survey  to begin measuring […]