sharing in governance of extractive industries
RCS Global is pleased to announce that our Head of Auditing Michèle Brülhart has been nominated to be included in the 2016 Top 100 Conflict Minerals Influence Leaders list compiled by Assent.
Michele’s nomination highlights the results of her tireless work on the design and implementation of effective due diligence and third party audit systems from the mines of the African Great Lakes region to end users in the Americas, Asia and Europe. Michele has been a key influence in the efforts put forward by various actors, having contributed to the design and harmonisation of many conflict minerals third party audit mechanisms, including the CFSI, LBMA, RJC and the OECD Guidance. In addition to this work Michele is also deeply involved in the implementation of validation mechanisms, conducting audits along the entire mineral supply chains, and using her expertise to train auditors, auditees and suppliers all over the world.
Michele’s work has been able to steer positive changes in this complex industry thanks to the positive involvement of our trend-setting clients and the support of key implementers and policy makers.
Assent’s online vote is open until March 16th. And you can vote for Michele by clicking here.
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