Posted By Rachel Alembakis on in Corporate Reporting, Fund Management, Social

Louise Davidson, ACSI CEO

The Australian Council of Superannuation Investors (ACSI) says it strongly supports the introduction of a supply chains reporting requirement, and favours an “if not, why not” approach to implementation.

ACSI has made submission to the public consultation on a Modern Slavery in Supply Chains Reporting Requirement, supporting the creation of a reporting regime. ACSI supports the definition of modern slavery, which includes “slavery, servitude, forced labour, debt bondage and deceptive recruiting for labour or services,” as well as the proposed threshold of $100- million in revenue. ACSI also supports the creation of an independent body to monitor and assess compliance, as well as administer a central, public repository of company disclosures. 

 

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Rachel Alembakis

Rachel Alembakis

Publisher/Editor at The Sustainability Report
Rachel Alembakis has published The Sustainability Report since 2011. She has more than a decade of experience writing about institutional investments and pension funds for a variety of publications.
Rachel Alembakis

Rachel Alembakis has published The Sustainability Report since 2011. She has more than a decade of experience writing about institutional investments and pension funds for a variety of publications.

Rachel Alembakis

Rachel Alembakis

Publisher/Editor at The Sustainability Report
Rachel Alembakis has published The Sustainability Report since 2011. She has more than a decade of experience writing about institutional investments and pension funds for a variety of publications.
Rachel Alembakis

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