The European Forum on US Export Controls returns back to Brussels on 19 November, 2019

An international perspective on overcoming fast-evolving challenges and new regulations
By: C5 Communications
European Forum on US Export Controls  I  19 November  I  Brussels
European Forum on US Export Controls I 19 November I Brussels
BRUSSELS - Sept. 26, 2019 - PRLog -- Back by popular demand after a three-year hiatus, C5's European Forum on US Export Controls is set to take place on 19 November.

This one-day event has already attracted a global audience of trade compliance professionals from Belgium, Italy, Switzerland, United Kingdom, USA and more.

Rich Ashooh, Assistant Secretary of Commerce at Bureau of Industry and Security, U.S. Department of Commerce, will deliver the opening keynote address on US government priorities for 2020 and beyond.

The conference will explore US and EU related export policies and regulations in order to help EU companies understand how to meet the next wave of US export controls regulations and anticipate increased regulatory scrutiny.

Places will be limited for the conference and workshops. Registrations can be made HERE.Use Promo Code for best rates: B00-514-1104298

Other industry experts speakers include:
  • Magnus Nordeus, Group Head of Trade Compliance, Ericsson
  • Sooji Seo, Vice President and Chief Privacy Officer, Dell
  • Clare French, Export Control Manager, Hitachi Europe
  • Julien Sauvageot, Group Export Compliance Officer, Solvay
  • Loredana Di Carlo, Trade Compliance Manager MEA UK Southern and Eastern Europe, Xylem
  • Valerie Josien, Global Trade Compliance Lawyer, Trade Conformity Limited
  • Kostas   Katsoulis, Global Trade Director, CardinalHealth
  • Jackie Prince, Manager, Customs Trade Compliance, American Airlines

The full speaker line-up and event brochure, it is available to download online at

There will also be 2 workshops on Monday 18 November.

C5 Communications Ltd is a leading provider of continuing legal and business education programmes for over three decades. C5 Communications Ltd's parent company is the Canadian Institute (CI) in Toronto and its sister company is The American Conference Institute (ACI) in New York. C5 has gained a strong and loyal following in international trade events over the years and any conference agenda we put together is the result of extensive research with the audience to ensure that the conference agenda is relevant every year. The main goal is to promote compliance best practices and experience sharing among the participants, alongside updates from significant government agencies - regulators, investigators and prosecutors – on policy and enforcement priorities.


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