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Suzanne Richer, Director, Global Trade Academy, E2open

Suzanne Richer
Director, Global Trade Academy

Robin Grover, Senior Consultant, Global Trade Academy

Robin Grover
Global Trade Academy

Kit Conklin

Kit Conklin
Global Client Engagement

Extensive changes are in the works to the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), and the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) rules on embargoes and lesser sanctions. Is your team prepared on how they will impact your export compliance program?

Misalignment between your business and new expectations can have costly impacts on your organization and on you as a trade compliance officer. Listen to our  one-hour Global Trade Academy webinar focused on empowering you to navigate upcoming changes in trade compliance and reduce the risk associated with these changes.

In Emerging Risks in Export Controls, a panel of experts will provide guidance on:
  • How to manage new and pending sanctions including an update on Russian sanctions and their impact on global trade
  • Recognition of emerging technologies under the U.S. Munitions List
  • Which newly defined technology products which were previously uncontrolled may now require a license
  • Pending changes made by The Directorate of Defense Trade Controls of the State Department (DDTC), including how “foreign nationals” are defined and how that changes your compliance targeting
  • Highlights of the first major revisions in recent years to the ITAR and mandatory advance notice under The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) for foreign acquisitions
  • Technology tips to manage export compliance and reduce penalty action
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