One of Europe's largest banks, serving almost 40 million customers worldwide, takes their ESG initiatives seriously. But in order to maintain ethical and sustainable services, the financial firm is committed to being a "ratings maker, not a ratings taker" and needs reliable ESG data and insights to do so.
The global pandemic, geopolitical tensions, and rapidly transforming technology have reshaped the automotive industry and its approach to supplier risk in recent years. Take a look at where it was before 2020, how various disruptions impacted the supply chain, lessons learned, and where the industry is headed today.
At the onset of the 2020 pandemic, one industry leader in shipping transportation promised on-time delivery to all of it's clients. It was a big promise. The COVID-19 pandemic quickly and dramatically impacted global markets and supply chains across the world. And the shipping company soon discovered that one of it's suppliers was going to go bankrupt - without this supplier, they wouldn't be able to secure bunker for their fleet, jeopardizing their entire shipping operation and risking costly days in shipments.
TSB Bank is a UK-based bank serving over 5 million customers across England, Scotland, and Wales. Like many other retail and commercial banks, serving such a large number of clients while simultaneously cultivating strong relationships with each of them is no small feat. Because the financial industry is a notoriously regulation-heavy industry, providing efficient service while remaining compliant with a myriad of laws and policies requires real-time insights on their entire value chain and potential vendor risks that could cause disruption.
Listen to Mike Cadieux, founder of Procurement Foundry, and Jeff Hubert, Program Analyst at United States Air Force, as they discuss how your supply chain network may be some of the most important IP you own and why some of your suppliers do not want you to have it.
Listen Ilya Levtov, CEO at Craft, and Aaron Parrott, Managing Partner at Deloitte, discuss how supply chain risk mitigation has evolved over the past year.
Listen to Seb Butt, Head of Business Development at Craft, and Ingmar Mester, Manager of Global Procurement and Supplier Management, as they discuss how Hapag-Lloyd uses Craft to mitigate risk and improve supplier transparency.