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The WorldECR Export Controls and Sanctions Forum

  • 22 Nov 2018
  • InterContinental Grand Stanford Hotel Hong Kong

The ACC Hong Kong Board of Directors supports the following presentation, hosted by WorldECR.


Join us for topical and valuable presentations and discussion focused on key challenges in global trade regulation and compliance.


WorldECR, the journal of export controls and sanctions, is delighted to be holding its first Asia Forum in Hong Kong on 22 November at the InterContinental Grand Stanford Hotel.

A busy day of sessions will include:

  • China’s export control reform and its impact on regional supply chains
  • Developments in US sanctions policy – includes in-depth analysis of US secondary sanctions, Iran sanctions, Russia sanctions, DPRK sanctions, and how they can impact non-US organisations
  • EU and Brexit – a changing Europe means changing regulations and changing market opportunities and costs. Find out how your business can be affected – and how to prepare for the changes.
  • Regional export controls on the move – Philippines, Thailand and beyond. New strategic trade legislation will change how your company does business. Get a step ahead of the change and make sure you avoid the aftershock.
  • US export controls developments – get to grips with the nuts and bolts of the US export control regime, including its interface with regional export control regimes and its impact on Asian companies and subsidiaries.
  • Aiming for a world-class compliance program – Continuous learning and improving. Huawei shares its experience of working towards best practice in global trade compliance and shares how compliance can be both a business generator as well as a safeguard against national and other security threats.
  • A new dynamic between investment and export control – CFIUS is tightening its controls on foreign investment into US critical infrastructure and, arguably, more. The rest of the world may follow its example. Find out how these measures designed to protect national security will impact on trade and investment
To view the programme, please click here or send an email  for more event information.


EVENT DETAILS:

VENUE:  InterContinental Grand Stanford Hotel Hong Kong 
DATE:  Thursday, 22 November 208 
REGISTER: 

Please click here to register now! Registration costs from just HK$4145 and includes:

  1. Full-day’s conference
  2. Breakfast, mid-morning and afternoon refreshments and lunch
  3. Certificate confirming attendance for CLE purposes

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