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Global Export Controls

10/10/2017 to 11/10/2017
When: Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Where: Amsterdam
Contact: Lily Fish
020 7878 6909

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Between the current political environment, with its regularly changing rules, and terrorism becoming almost commonplace, the need to stay on top of these national security checks is at an all-time high and failure to comply will lead to devastating fines.

C5’s 8th Advanced Forum on Global Export Controls will bring together government regulators, seasoned in-house professionals and private practice experts from across the globe to discuss practical solutions to export controls challenges, including;

  • Minimising sanctions and export control risks when:
    • legally trading with sanctioned and embargoed countries
    • re-exporting items to and from a variety of locations
  • Overcoming classification complexities, including
    • classifying high tech items
    • identifying critical classification differences across jurisdictions
    • assessing which products can go where based on classification
  • Strengthening your export controls compliance programme through
    • benchmarking with industry leaders
    • understanding the key elements of compliance that the regulators expect to see in a compliance programme

And much more!

Plus: Tailor your conference experience: Choose four solution-focused discussions
groups on export controls most complex areas.

Topics include:

  • Using Technology to your Best Advantage when Operating on a Multinational Level
  • Increasing the Reliability of Screening System Hits
  • Breakdown of How to Comply with Encryption Controls in China
  • Breakdown of How to Comply with Encryption Controls in Russia
  • Analysis of Export Controls in China and Hong Kong and what Foreign Companies Need to do to Comply
  • Risk Assessment of Products entering Embargoed Countries
  • Complying with Licencing Requirements under the EAR
  • Vetting Suppliers, Subcontractors and Third Parties


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