Global Export Controls Compliance
ACI’s Flagship Export Controls Forum will help You to Strengthen Your Global Export Compliance Practices, and Weather the Changing, Complex U.S. and International Landscape.
New Sessions Include:
-Preparing for migration of USML to CCL, and positioning your business and dual-use items compliance plans
-How enforcement agencies assess the scope and magnitude of violations, and decide when to bring a case
-Risks of empowered officials, and how individual and corporate liability are tied together
-Controlling the flow of restricted data and minimizing the risk of export violations in China
-Canadian security clearance vs. substantive contact screening requirements under the ITAR, anticipated changes
-Educating your foreign subsidiaries on preventing diversion to sanctioned countries
-Managing export controls risks arising from IT infrastructure, support and soft ware development projects in India
-How more restrictive Malaysian export controls laws can affect your manufacturing and outsourcing activities
-Taking advantage of new license exception STA
This May 23-24, join top level trade compliance executives for American Conference Institute’s flagship export controls program. With keynote deliveries from Under Secretary Eric Hirschhorn (Bureau of Industry and Security) and Tom Smith, Head, Export Control Organisation (Department for Business Innovation and Skills, UK), this proves to be the premier 2012 showcase of the who’s who in export controls.
Hear from senior export compliance professionals from: Boeing, Exelis, Eli Lilly, Huawei Technologies, Northrop Grumman, Teledyne, Rolls-Royce North America, Bombardier Aerospace (Canada)
GROUP and EARLY BIRD RATES Apply: Sign up before March 15, 2012 and save $300 off the main conference price. Visit www.AmericanConference.com/