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Optimizing Your SEC Conflict Minerals Filing
Thursday March 20, 2014
1:00 - 2:00 p.m.
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This NAEM expert led webinar archive assesses elements of Form SD and extrapolate how best to demonstrate compliance within this format. Senior Regulatory Analyst Kirsten Wallerstedt draws inferences from the SEC's Final Rule, the AICPA resources and stakeholder guidance to demonstrate how to translate your compliance related activities into an optimized SEC filing.
You will come away from this webinar archive with a clearer picture of how to organize your company's activities into the reporting sections necessary on Form SD, as well as how best to communicate your actions and conclusions to meet the various assessments that will be applied to your public disclosure.
This webinar archive will benefit legal counsel, compliance and regulatory personnel, and C-suite executives who will be responsible for drafting and approving the content of Form SD, or who will be responding to inquiries regarding your company's conflict minerals disclosure.
This webinar archive will either validate, or guide you to recalibrate, your company's approach to writing your Conflict Minerals Report.
- Kirsten Wallerstedt, Senior Regulatory Analyst; 3E Co.
As part of her role within the global supply chain practice at 3E, Ms. Wallerstedt tracks regulatory news from around the globe, looking for upcoming regulations or proposed laws that would affect clients' supply chains if and when they come into effect. As 3E's resident expert on the conflict minerals provision of the Dodd-Frank Act, Ms. Wallerstedt recently presented a webinar and wrote several articles on the topic, and is currently working to develop 3E tools that will help supply chain customers comply with this law and regulation.
Prior to joining 3E, Ms. Wallerstedt worked in a variety of project management and analysis roles, including leading a consulting project for a telecommunications company in Sri Lanka, authoring a business case study on Nike in Brazil for the Center on Emerging Market Enterprises, and serving in various political and legislative roles for the California Legislature. She has also worked with the U.S. Treasury's International Affairs Department focusing on Sub-Saharan Africa and served for two years as a pro-bono project manager for Engineers Without Borders, through which she led an assessment trip to rural Kenya in October 2010.
Ms. Wallerstedt holds a master's degree in international business, international political economy and development economics from The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, and bachelor's degrees in business administration and political science from U.C. Berkeley.