The government is moving more aggressively to ensure that
exporters and importers comply with the regulations. The current state of
turmoil in world politics has a direct and immediate impact on how and with
whom business is
conducted. Sanctioning parties, companies, and countries creates
hazards for international trade that requires understanding. For companies dealing in dual-use or defense-related items and services this can become a costly nightmare.
This webinar is
intended for all trade and risk compliance specialists, managers, and directors.
What you will learn:
• Basics of Export compliance with respect to DPS
• Designing a DPS Program
• Handling Positive Hits
• Obligations under “Know Your Guidance”
• Consequences of Non-compliance
• Case Studies of Non-compliance
• Fine Tuning a DPS Program
• The Role of Automation in DPS
President of Compliance Assurance LLC. James consults with firms of all
sizes throughout the United States on the Export Administration Regulations
(EAR), International Traffic In Arms Regulations (ITAR), Office of Foreign
Assets Control (OFAC), Foreign Trade Regulations (FTR) and Customs & Border
Protection (CBP) regulations.
For over 20 years, James has developed comprehensive compliance programs including commodity classification, license determination, 'know your customer' checks, development of corporate policies and procedures and employee training programs.
Business Development Manager at Intredex. For over 5 years, Marina has been actively participating in compliance data collection, analysis, management, as well as testing process for Intredex’s GtradePro software. She regularly assists manufacturers, forwarders, R&D organizations and financial institutions on proper screening of the trade partners. Marina holds B.A. and M.A.
in Legal Studies, and M.Sc. Degrees in International Relations with a concentration in National Security.