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5 Emerging Trends in Export Controls

Thursday, February 23, 2023 | 11:00AM EST | 5:00PM CET


Suzanne RicherSuzanne Richer
Director, Training
e2open Global Trade Academy

New and emerging export regulations will pose compliance challenges to companies worldwide as they navigate new legal expectations in the year ahead. In the United States, the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) has recently gained access to a significant federal funding package for expanded export control enforcement, while Canada is launching a new forfeiture process for sanctioned Russian assets.

Join the Global Trade Academy on Thursday, February 23rd, to explore the tightening export controls in the Americas and Europe, and discuss the impact they will have across aerospace, CPG, the semiconductor chip market, general manufacturing, and other industries.

In 5 Emerging Trends in Export Controls, you will:

  • Learn about the evolving compliance expectations of the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC) for the defense industry, universities, and other groups involved in activities deemed controlled under ITAR regulations.
  • Review a case study of a $200M Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) violation of American activity in Brazil.
  • Understand the new screening requirements for those transacting with Russian gold and countries involved with international boycotts.
  • Recognize fatal errors incurred when exporting from the U.S. under a routed export transaction.
  • Gain insight into the state of the global chip market including changes in export licensing, and the reduction of the worldwide reliance on Taiwan as a near-exclusive supplier.

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5 Emerging Trends in Export Controls