Covid-19 and the re-focus on poor health and safety work conditions

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  • Coronavirus has forced investors to look at US supply chains in areas such as food processing and consumer goods; to what end?
  • What are investors in the US doing to influence greater supply chain transparency at home and abroad?
  • Labour/human rights as a social and investment risk. Is the subject of global supply chains now a serious potential value-destroyer for brands; and does it show up in share prices?

  • Sarah Godlewski, State Treasurer, Wisconsin
  • Leslie Swynghedauw, Vice President, ESG Research, MSCI
  • Sharmeen Contractor, Senior Advisor, Market Systems and Investors, Oxfam America
  • Keeran Gwilliam-Beeharee, Executive Director – Market Access, V.E, an affiliate of Moody’s
  • Moderator: Paloma Muñoz Quick, Advisor, UN Human Rights and the UN Working Group on Business and Human Rights