EAR/ANTI BOYCOTT ENFORCEMENT AND KYC GUIDANCE UPDATES FROM
Speaker

Paul Ahern

Chief Counselor for Enforcement, Office of Terrorism and Financial Intelligence (TFI)
U.S. Department of Treasury

Speaker

Cathleen Ryan

Director, Office of Antiboycott Compliance, Bureau of Industry and Security
U.S. Department of Commerce

Speaker

John Sonderman

Director, Office of Export Enforcement, Bureau of Industry and Security
U.S. Department of Commerce

Speaker

Aaron Tambrini

Special Agent in Charge of Export Enforcement
Bureau of Industry and Security

U.S. Department of Commerce

2024 CO-CHAIRS
Speaker

Lexia B. Krown

Vice President, Global Trade Compliance
ESAB

Speaker

Bart M. McMillan

Partner
Baker McKenzie

Speaker

Todd Willis

Global Trade Advisor
Caterpillar Inc.

Amid the Russia/Ukraine war, China trade and technology tensions, increased cyber risk, and the general geopolitical unsteadiness, compliance with the Export Administration Regulations has evolved in unprecedented ways! Join us at ACI’s Practical Forum on Advanced EAR Compliance as we delve into the practical, “how to” aspects of strengthening your program and mitigation intensifying enforcement risks.

This program stands apart as the most hands-on masterclass on the critical, “need-to-know” best practices for:

  • BIS Part 732 “Know Your Customer” Guidance, Supply Chain-Screening and Red Flags: The Advanced Essentials of Vetting Third Parties, End-Users and End-Uses
  • Supplier Circumvention and Your Screening Program: Monitoring Third-Party Intermediaries to Mitigate the Risk of Export and Sanctions Violations
  • Anti-Boycott and 15 CFR Part 760 of the EAR: Clarifying The Six Prohibitions, Required Reports and Compliance Expectations
  • EAR 734.99 (b) and Foreign Direct Product Rule (FDPR) and 734.4/de minimis Thresholds: How to Apply Complex Requirements in Practice and Avoid the Key Compliance Traps
  • The Next Phase 734.9 (f) Russia Sanctions and Export Controls Compliance: Positioning Your Program, People and Training to Tackle the Knowns (and Unknowns) of What’s Ahead

Don’t miss out on practical, real-world takeaways that you can take back to your desk!