Export controls regulate the exports of strategic goods, services and technical information, i.e. military items as well as items that can be used for civil and military purposes (so-called ‘dual use goods’). Trade restrictions, such as sanctions and embargoes can relate to the export of strategic goods as well as other goods and/or trade with certain persons and/or entities. Export controls and trade restrictions determine whether you may trade in strategic goods, provide certain services respectively transfer technical information with or without prior authorization.
PwC organises a training that addresses the export control laws and regulations and by means of case studies demonstrates the potential risks and how to avoid these.
Trade restrictions may be applicable to all industries. Export controls are especially applicable in industries such as the Aerospace and Defence, Oil & Gas, Transport & Logistics, Technology, Telecommunication, Chemicals, Pharmaceutics, Finance and Medical Supplies.
The activities of a company determine the impact of national and/or international export control regulations (including trade restrictions), that need to be complied with. Often companies make the mistake to assume that export control compliance is solely the responsibility of the Logistic, Customs or Export departments. However, compliance with export control legislation impacts the entire organization of a company including R & D, purchase, production, transport, distribution, sales, import, export, HR, IT, security, finance.
This training is relevant to persons who are responsible for compliance and/or export of goods, services and technology (like controllers, (trade) compliance managers or other managers and internal auditors). Export control legislation is applicable to all organisations that are operating internationally because of the trade restrictions that are applicable to these organisations. The training is particularly important to organisations in the aerospace, defence, oil & gas, transport & logistics, technology, chemicals, pharmaceutical and medical industry as the goods, services and technologies of these organisations are probably controlled by legislation on the manufacturing and trade in strategic goods.
|09:00||-||09:15||Introduction export controls & trade restrictions|
|09:45||-||10:15||Impact export controls on business transactions|
|10:15||-||10:45||Export control compliance: product classification|
|11:00||-||11:45||Case product classification|
|11:45||-||12:45||Export control compliance: screening, licenses, documentation & recordkeeping|
|13:30||-||14:00||Discussion topics morning programme|
|14:00||-||14:15||Global impact of export controls|
|14:15||-||15:00||Export control compliance: internal procedures and controls, escalation|
|15:15||-||15:45||Identification of Red-Flags|
|16:30||-||16:45||Discussion topics afternoon programme|
13 May 2014
By attending this training participants earn 7 PE Points. You will receive a certificate after attending the training.
EUR 845 (excluding VAT).
Please complete the online registration form. We will send you a confirmation of your registration as well as additional information about the training. Should you wish to discuss a particular topic during the training, please feel free to mention this on the online registration form.