Supply chain due diligence

Our reports provide a full risk picture, with research completed on an organization, its owners, and its operating and litigation history, as well as key management, decision makers and beneficial owners, providing insight on their background, track records, competencies, potential conflicts of interest and political and criminal links. Business conduct and reputation history are analyzed, and a thorough search is made for hidden risk.

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The trade in natural resources can be an important source of development for many of the countries that need it most.

However, when sourcing from a country struggling with conflict or instability, it is common sense to take extra care when doing business. Unless companies make sure they are trading responsibly, they risk funding serious abuses in most African countries.

Natural resources that have fueled conflict and abuse in places like South Sudan, the Central African Republic, and parts of eastern DRC, are traded globally. These resources are then used in a wide range of products, including mobile phones, cars, light bulbs and computers. Some of the world’s most famous brands are now coming under scrutiny to address their role in this devastating trade.

Stodacom will review the supply chain of these resources from original source to end user, where we find any misconduct or illicit funding we shall avail this information for better decision making.

We help identify fraud related to money laundering, corruption bribery in the chain, from all sectors of business

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The trade in natural resources can be an important source of development for many of the countries that need it most. 

However, when sourcing from a country struggling with conflict or instability, it is common sense to take extra care when doing business. Unless companies make sure they are trading responsibly, they risk funding serious abuses overseas. 

Natural resources that have fuelled conflict and abuse in places like Afghanistan, the Central African Republic, and parts of eastern DRC, are traded globally. These resources are then used in a wide range of products, including mobile phones, cars, lightbulbs and computers. Some of the world’s most famous brands are now coming under scrutiny to address their role in this devastating trade.

Companies using or trading resources that may have come from conflict areas should carry out what is now known as risk-based due diligence. In other words, they should carry out checks on their supply chains to look for risks that they may be funding harm through their activities. By publicly reporting on these risks, and on what they have done to deal with them, companies can show investors, consumers and local communities that they are committed to sourcing responsibly and sustainably.

Stodacom Africa will help you mitigate these problems by doing a thorough due diligence on supllier in these countries of Africa, we have expertise have stayed and lived in these countries we when when there is a risk and how to mitigate it.