Stakeholders increasingly expect comprehensively sustainable products and services, which go beyond the minimum requirements of the legislation. The research has shown that the intersection of environmental, social and economic sustainability performance provide the best financial performance in the long-term. Moreover, the research has shown that non-sustainable business practices in supply chains have negative performance effect upon stakeholder value and investor decisions. Nevertheless, only little research has been conducted regarding the sustainability-related risks originating from suppliers’ practices and to understand the competencies and capabilities a company must develop to manage these risks and ensure sustainability in its supply chain. My current research interest is to extend this knowledge by exploring the capabilities that enable a company to efficiently manage sustainability-related risks, and how these capabilities can be continuously maintained in order to achieve sustained competitive advantage. Accordingly, my research interests cover such as sustainable supply chain management, purchasing of services, supplier selection, suppliers’ sustainability management, sustainability-related risk and risk management capability.