American Conference Institute\'s 17th National Forum on

Global Export Controls Compliance

Thursday, June 12 to Friday, June 13, 2014
Washington Plaza, Washington, DC

Attend What is Regarded As the Premier Benchmarking and Networking Forum for Global Trade Compliance and Legal Professionals.

Each year, exporters attend American Conference Institute’s “National Forum on Global Export Controls Compliance” to ensure that they are up-to-speed on all developments across the U.S., and foreign regulatory and enforcement landscapes. With a speaker faculty of senior decision-makers from government, and respected exporters and private practitioners, this event has established itself as the go-to forum for industry professionals responsible for all aspects of ITAR, EAR and OFAC compliance, as well as compliance with foreign export laws and regulations.

In addition to a new, updated speaker line-up, the 2014 program includes unique topics and interactive formats to ensure that this the forum

differs from other training events and is especially worthwhile:

  • ENHANCED BENCHMARKING THROUGH INTERACTIVE AUDIENCE POLLING. New for this year, the program includes interactive audience polling that will allow you to compare your approach to managing critical export compliance challenges to other attendees
  • NEW KEYNOTE ADDRESSES: In addition to three keynote speakers from and two senior Canadian Government offi cials, hear directly from DDTC’s new Director, USDOJ’s new Deputy Chief for Export Controls and OFAC Chief Counsel.
  • NEW PANELS ON U.S., UK AND EU DEVELOPMENTS, AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE. Many upcoming export controls conferences feature the same topics as in previous years. As you consider how to best spend your time and money, benefi t from new, unique panels:
    - The Unanticipated Pain Points of Implementing New Reforms in the U.S. and Abroad
    - Weighing the Pros and Cons of Voluntary Disclosures to BIS
    - Where Companies Have Gone Wrong in Re-Classifying Data, Technology, Products, Parts and Components under the EAR
    - M & A CASE STUDY-Acquiring a Foreign Target
    - CORPORATE GOVERNANCE- When and How to Report the Audit Committee & Board of Directors on Trade Compliance Issues and Enforcement Crises
    - How Reliable is Your Screening and Re-Screening Program for Multiple Jurisdictions
  • MOOT COURT COMPETITION: An interactive debate on the top three most confronted issues in export controls, including the “Specially Designed” definition

Enhance your conference experience by attending TWO interactive
Pre-Conference Working Groups - Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Workshop A: A Complete Guide to Navigating ITAR Brokering Rules: The Ins and Outs of How to Interpret and Apply Evolving Rules to Your U.S. and Foreign Operations 

Workshop B: A Deep Dive into the Most Misunderstood Details of Export Control Reform: A Category-by-Category Review of the Most Technical, Complex Changes Affecting Your Global Export and Re-Export Compliance Program

This event has a longstanding track record of delivering highly worthwhile training and networking. Save your seat before the event sells out.

Reserve your place by calling 888-224-2480 or online.