New SEC Rule On Conflict Minerals Provides Opportunity for Crowe Horwath

Compliance deadlines loom for U.S. public companies that must account for the raw materials in their supply chain. The materials in questions are ubiquitous in the Western economy, from smelters to smartphones, which leaves companies scrambling.

Chicago-based Crowe Horwath (FY13 net revenue of $599 million) is offering a solution. To assist with this complex process, Crowe Horwath has introduced the Crowe Conflict Minerals Tracker.

You can read more about this, and a full interview in the March issue of INSIDE Public Accounting.