ACI's Canadian Forum on U.S. Export & Re-Export Compliance, January 23-24, 2013 in Toronto, Canada

American Conference Institute/The Canadian Institute’s 2nd Canadian Forum on “U.S. Export & Re-Export Compliance” offers participants a unique opportunity to meet and learn from senior U.S. and Canadian government officials.
 
 
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Sept. 20, 2012 - PRLog -- Unlike other training events in Canada, American Conference Institute/The Canadian Institute’s 2nd Canadian Forum on “U.S. Export & Re-Export Compliance” offers participants a unique opportunity to meet and learn from senior U.S. and Canadian government officials, and leading industry and private practice experts from both sides of the border.

Widely regarded as the go-to event of the year, this is the only comprehensive conference of its kind that will delve into U.S. export control reform, enforcement priorities, and the interaction between U.S. and Canadian export/re-export controls, privacy, human rights and security requirements.
   
In addition to CLE and CPD credit, the 2013 agenda will address the most critical EAR, ITAR, Canadian export and sanctions issues affecting industry.

Q & A with U.S. and Canadian Government Speakers:  
• Steven W. Pelak , National Security Division, Deputy Chief and National Coordinator-Export Enforcement, Counterespionage Section, U.S. Department of Justice  
• Special Agent Timothy Gildea, US Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Counter Proliferation Investigations, US Department of Homeland Security
• Jennifer Stewart,  Director General, Industrial Security Sector, Public Works and Government Services Canada  
• Inspector Greg Johnson, Officer-in-Charge, Greater Toronto Area (GTA), Customs and Excise Section, RCMP, Toronto West Detachment

The program provides participants with an unparalleled benchmarking opportunity with large and smaller companies:
• Kenneth S. Purchase, Director & Counsel, Legal Services Export Compliance, Pratt & Whitney Canada
• Sam Ruales, International Trade Compliance Program Manager, IBM Canada  
• Daniel Marion, Vice President, General Counsel & Corporate Secretary, Thales Canada
• Susan M. Frank, Assistant General Counsel for Global Ethics & Compliance, AECOM  
• Selena Hui-Garreaud, Director, Export Controls, Bombardier Aerospace  
•Matthew T. Henson, Manager, Trade Automation and Systems, ITT Exelis  
• Marie-Hélène Tardif, Export Controls Manager, Rolls Royce Canada
• Paul Bradley, Chief Security Officer, General Electric Canada  
• Richard Baldwin, Director, Ethics & Compliance, Esterline Technology
• Bruce Latimer, President & General Counsel, L-3 Communications Canada  
• John Hays, Manager, Export Trade Compliance, Teledyne Technologies  
• Brett Nelson, Compliance Manager EO, FAG Aerospace
• Bryce Moroz, Controlled Goods Designated Official, Export Compliance Officer, Celestica
• Amrit Sidhu, Senior Counsel, General Electric Canada  
• Nigel Doran, Vice President, Engineering & Quality, COM DEV  
• Carmen Fellows, Director, Trade & Security Compliance, DRS C-3 & Aviation, DRS Technologies

Registrations are ongoing and this event is expected to sell out again this year.  A special early bird rate is available for a limited time. For further information and to register, please call 1-888-224-2480 or 1-877-927-7936, fax to 1-877-927-1563 or register online at http://www.americanconference.com/ExportControlsCanada or http://www.canadianinstitute.com/ExportControlsCanada.
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