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Be part of the 17th annual Defence Exports conference – the world’s premier discussion of contemporary changes and challenges in global strategic export controls and compliance.


Collaborate with an unmatched community of senior industry leaders and global regulatory officials.


Join thought leaders and decision makers to discuss how to navigate the increasingly complex geopolitical environment.
 

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70 + Attendees | 2 Day Conference | 3 Supplementary Workshops | Attendees from 13 Nations across 4 Continents | Dedicated Networking Opportunities

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Further to the two-day conference you can benefit from supplementary workshops giving you intimate deep-dives offering practical advice to take into your compliance. These three workshops will cover: 

  • Expert insight into how to Comply with US Export and Re-Export Controls from the European Perspective with Gary L. Stanley, President, Global Legal Services. Click here to join Gary!
  • Insider guidance to how to facilitate responsible compliant exports into the UK with Adrian Bond, Business Awareness Manager, Export Control Joint Unit (ECJU),Department for Business and Trade. Click here to join Adrian!
  • Multifaceted exploration of how to ensure watertight due diligence and global sanctions compliance with Margriet de Smaele, Director Global Trade Compliance, Fokker Services Group, Martijn Bennenbroek, Export Compliance Manager, Schunk Xycarb Technology B. V. , and Nancy L. Fischer, Partner, Pillsbury, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP. Click here to join Margriet, Martijn, and Nancy!

NEW: The Widest Line-up of Speakers Ever
 

National Regulators | International Export Control Regimes | Independent Trade Associations | Global Defence Exporters
 

NEW: Sponsor's Briefing from Sayari

Global corporate transparency and supply chain risk identification for government and industry
 

NEW: Exhibition from MIC Customs

The worldwide leading provider of global customs & trade compliance software solutions
 

NEW: Panel Discussions of Critical Geopolitical Conditions

Global Sanctions Regimes | Semi-Conductors | Supply Chains & Critical Materials | Anticipating China’s Future Policies | Deepening European Defence Collaboration


NEW: Case Study of Emerging Markets

Export opportunities and compliance challenges of the APAC market with the GCAP
 

NEW: UK & European Trade Associations

ADS Group | UK Institute of Export and International Trade | European Institute for Export Compliance (EIFEC)
 

NEW: Dedicated Joint US Government Q&A with the DDTC and BIS Representatives
 

Catherine Hamilton, Director of Licensing, DDTC | Liz Abraham, Attorney, BIS
 

NEW: MilSatCom and Maritime Compliance


Lindy Davies-Myatt, Inmarsat 
 

National agencies:

  • Foreign Ministries
  • Commerce Ministries
  • Ministry of Economy
  • Defence Export Control Agency


Industry:

  • Counter Proliferation Departments
  • Licensing Departments
  • Exports and Imports Departments
  • Law Firms and Consultancies

Conference agenda

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8:15

Registration & Coffee

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9:00

SAE Welcome

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Chair's Opening Remarks

Gary L. Stanley, President, Global Legal Services

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9:30

UK Export Control Update and Priorities

Rosemary Pratt, Director, Export Control Joint Unit (ECJU), Department of Business and Trade

  • Latest on the Department for Business & Trade
  • Export Control Joint Unit and Sanctions Directorate update
  • International sanctions & Military End Use Controls
  • LITE and the UK’s new license application platform
     
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    10:00

    Updates from the Wassenaar Arrangement – 2023 and Looking Ahead

    Ambassador Dr. György Molnár , Head of Secretariat, Wassenaar Arrangement

  • Maintaining global standards and contributing to a level playing field for exporters
  • Addressing emerging technologies of security concern
  • Continuing multilateral cooperation in export controls
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    10:30

    Morning Coffee

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    11:00

    Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP: Global Realignment: Addressing Geopolitical and Technology Changes in Export Controls and Sanctions

    Nancy A. Fischer, Partner, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP

  • Lessons learned from the Russia-Ukraine conflict
  • Thinking ahead for potential risk mitigation for potential conflict between China and Taiwan
  • Impact on supply chains resulting from geopolitical turbulence 
  • Use of emerging technologies in defense sector and evolving regulations

     

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    11:30

    Joint Session: Building Export Compliance in Transatlantic Transactions

  • Export Licensing to support business strategy as a prime, subcontractor or in joint business pursuits
  • The value of designated export staff on each side of the transaction
  • Promoting clear and consistent communication for the transfer of hardware & technology
  • Monitoring for compliance and program execution
  • Lonnie Myklebust, Director of Regulatory Affairs, Nammo AS

    Beth Ann Johnson, Director, International Trade Compliance, Northrop Grumman

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    12:00

    Exploring the Impact of Deepening European Defence Cooperation: Export Control Challenges in Collaborative EDF Projects

    Rosa Rosanelli, Vice President, Head of Compliance, Patria

  • European Defence Fund: What is It and Why it requires Export Control Cooperation
  • National approaches and European issues
  • Lessons learned and Possible solutions
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    12:30

    Networking Lunch

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    13:30

    Effective Screening of Export and re-export Customers

    Bing Xu, Chief Counsel and Interim Head of Sanctions & Exports Control, Rolls-Royce

  • What does effective screening mean? What do you screen?
  • What tools should be used?
  • What processes need to be in place?
  • How should screening be conducted, documented and communicated?
     
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    14:00

    Drawing Attention to the Growing Importance of Offsets/Industrial Cooperation and Trade Compliance Risk

    Carmen Fellows, VP International Trade Governance & Offset Manager, Leonardo DRS Inc.

  • What is Required for Offsets/Industrial Cooperation Agreements
  • Offset Requirements and Trade Compliance Aspects
  • Managing Offsets Within DRS/Leonardo
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    14:30

    Developing Export Compliance Training for a Post COVID Workforce

    Amy Alatorre, Senior Manager, Global Trade Compliance, Oshkosh Corporation

  • Scaling your training program to align with available resources
  • Rethinking traditional training methods
  • Building a culture of compliance through training and outreach
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    15:00

    Afternoon Tea

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    15:30

    Professional Development for Export Control Staff

    Dr. Roger Arthey, Chair, Export Control Profession Board, The Institute of Export and International Trade

  • The important of supporting and representing the export control profession
  • Compliance with export and import controls and trade sanctions in the UK and globally
  • Providing essential resources, professional points of contact, and learning support
     
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    Panel Session: Reflecting on the Impact of Recent Global Economic Sanctions Regimes

    Bing Xu, Chief Counsel and Interim Head of Sanctions & Exports Control, Rolls-Royce

    Dr Charles Giacoma, Director General, European Institute for Export Compliance (EIFEC)

    Martijn Rasser, Managing Director, Datenna - China Intelligence Solutions

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    16:45

    Chair’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One

    Gary L. Stanley, President, Global Legal Services

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    8:15

    Registration & Coffee

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    9:00

    Chair's Opening Remarks

    Gary L. Stanley, President, Global Legal Services

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    9:15

    U.S. Export Controls Update

    Catherine Hamilton, Director of Licensing, Office of Defence Trade Controls Licensing, DDTC, US Department of State

  • Overview of US munitions export controls
  • Addressing the evolving threat
  • U.S. Government End-Use Monitoring
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    9:45

    Commerce Export Control Developments

    Liz Abraham, Senior Advisor for International Policy, Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), US Department of Commerce

  • Update on latest Commerce actions
  • Commerce controls on military items – understanding the flexibilities of the EAR
  • Russia sanctions update/status
     
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    10:15

    US Government Joint Q&A

    Catherine Hamilton, Director of Licensing, Office of Defence Trade Controls Licensing, DDTC, US Department of State

    Liz Abraham, Senior Advisor for International Policy, Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), US Department of Commerce

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    10:45

    Morning Coffee

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    11:15

    Mapping Dual-Use Technology Supply Chains: Uncovering Risky Trade Routes and Entities

  • The Russian military, since the invasion of Ukraine, has obtained dual-use technology for repair and resupply, with assistance from Chinese electronics companies and Western technology resellers. Transshipment points, particularly in Central Asia and Turkey, have been crucial in obscuring the ultimate end user of restricted technology.
  • A UK-based electronics distributor is the focus of the analysis. This company has been involved in shipments, some via Chinese/Hong Kong-based freight forwarders or shipping companies.
  • The control parties associated have connections to other European companies.
  • The company has sent over 1,200 shipments to at least 8 recipients, including companies in Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Russia, and Ukraine. Notably, they have shipped to a Russian company which was sanctioned by the US Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC).
  • The analysis also explores potential transshipment points in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. The shipment of high-priority dual-use goods raises concerns and warrants further investigation.
     
  • Mr Zach Tvarozna

    Mr Zach Tvarozna, Senior Analyst, Sayari

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    11:45

    What the US Government Expects: Properly Responding to US Export Legislation, Recent Updates, Enforcement, and Penalties

    Bill Wade, Vice President of Global Trade Compliance, L3 Harris Technologies

  • Responding to recent changes in US legislation
  • Best practice for liaising with US government agencies
  • Highlighting common pitfalls and issues
  • Managing enforcement and penalties
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    12:15

    Networking Lunch

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    13:15

    The 'Trusted Partner' Concept in US Defence Exports — Mere Wishful Thinking or Could it Actually Work?

    Brinley Salzmann, Director - Overseas & Exports, ADS Group Limited

  • Pressures to relax US bureaucratic controls acting as a barrier to tapping the industrial capabilities of key allies 
  • The US needs to have to be able to rely on the regulatory systems of close allies and their ability to prevent unwelcome leakage of technology to other parties 
  • Identifying methods the US government seek to allow safe regulatory restrictions unlocking efficient co-development and co-production
     
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    13:45

    Data-Driven Export Control Insights: China – A Case Study for Government Regulatory Response and Industry Anticipation

    Gareth Heywood, Head of Government Relations, Datenna - China Intelligence Solutions

  • Data-driven due diligence and export controls practices, a new imperative for economic security
  • The perils of relying on traditional methods of research for government agencies worldwide.
  • How industry can mitigate and anticipate risks, and reshape regional practices
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    14:15

    Joint Session: Specific Challenges for Semi-Conductor Manufacturing and Export: Sensitive Technology in a Dangerous World

  • The core role of semi-conductors in Defence manufacturing
  • Domestic challenges and controls
  • International fears and concerns
  • The potential of sanctions on semi-conductor exports to hostile actors
  • Overcoming these issues
  • Robert Monjay, Formerly Director of Americas Export Program, Intel

    André Hermsen, Chief Compliance Officer, ASML

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    14:45

    Afternoon Tea

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    15:15

    Panel Discussion: Managing threats to Critical Goods and Global Supply Chains

    Susan Griffiths, Head of Export Control UK, MBDA UK Ltd.

    Brinley Salzmann, Director - Overseas & Exports, ADS Group Limited

    Boaz Cohen, Logistics & Trade Compliance Manager, Elbit Systems EW and SIGINT - Elisra Ltd

    Becca Lucas, Senior Analyst, RAND Europe

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    16:00

    Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two

    Gary L. Stanley, President, Global Legal Services


    Head of Secretariat
    Wassenaar Arrangement
    Senior Manager, Global Trade Compliance
    Oshkosh Corporation
    Chief Compliance Officer
    ASML
    Senior Analyst
    RAND Europe
    Director, International Trade Compliance
    Northrop Grumman
    Vice President of Global Trade Compliance
    L3 Harris Technologies
    Chief Counsel and Interim Head of Sanctions & Exports Control
    Rolls-Royce
    Logistics & Trade Compliance Manager
    Elbit Systems EW and SIGINT - Elisra Ltd
    Director - Overseas & Exports
    ADS Group Limited
    VP International Trade Governance & Offset Manager
    Leonardo DRS Inc.
    Director of Licensing, Office of Defence Trade Controls Licensing, DDTC
    US Department of State
    Director General
    European Institute for Export Compliance (EIFEC)
    Chair, Export Control Profession Board
    The Institute of Export and International Trade
    Head of Government Relations
    Datenna - China Intelligence Solutions
    President
    Global Legal Services
    Senior Advisor for International Policy, Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS)
    US Department of Commerce
    Director of Regulatory Affairs
    Nammo AS
    Director Global Trade Compliance
    Fokker Services Group
    Export Compliance Manager
    Schunk Xycard Technology B.V.
    Managing Director
    Datenna - China Intelligence Solutions
    Senior Analyst
    Sayari
    Partner
    Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
    Formerly Director of Americas Export Program
    Intel
    Vice President, Head of Compliance
    Patria
    Director, Export Control Joint Unit (ECJU)
    Department of Business and Trade
    Head of Export Control UK
    MBDA UK Ltd.

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    MIC

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    MIC GTM Platform

    MIC is the worldwide leading provider of global customs & trade compliance software solutions. 800+ customers, in 55+ countries, on 6 continents, use MIC customs & trade compliance software. We specialize in the integration of global customs & trade compliance systems based on specific corporate structures and consider regional and national legal requirements. We ensure efficient customs operations and compliance within the legal frameworks. Our software modules range from Central Classification Systems, Customs Filing solutions to Origin Calculation Systems as well as Export Control Management.

    The Export Control Management (ECM) software module allows central management of all company transactions under export control law and detailed checks of the business transactions with respect to the relevant regulations. Clear status information and comprehensive check reports for each transaction ensure a consistent audit trail. This includes screening of the persons and organizations involved in each transaction against different sanctions lists, checking of goods in consideration of dispatch and destination country, license management, documentation of end use and end users resp. dual-use reviews.

    1 GTM system with 1 GTM compliance database, 1 GUI, and 1 consistent service organization worldwide, delivered as SaaS (Cloud) solution.



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    Pillsbury, a dynamic full-service law firm has offices located across the globe to service our clients. Pillsbury’s international trade practice advises clients on a wide range of topics including export controls, foreign investment and industrial security regulations, anticorruption laws, customs matters, economic embargoes, international arbitration and anti-dumping and subsidy disputes.



    Sayari

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    Sayari provides global corporate transparency and supply chain risk identification for government and industry. Its commercial risk intelligence software harvests comprehensive corporate and trade data from more than 250 jurisdictions worldwide and surfaces previously hidden risk insights in an intuitive network analysis platform.

    Since its founding in 2015, Sayari has earned the trust of top financial institutions, Fortune 100 corporations, and government agencies, securing a $40M Series C in 2021. Sayari is headquartered in Washington, D.C., and its solutions are used by more than 3,000 frontline analysts in 35 countries.

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    CPD stands for Continuing Professional Development’. It is essentially a philosophy, which maintains that in order to be effective, learning should be organised and structured. The most common definition is:

    ‘A commitment to structured skills and knowledge enhancement for Personal or Professional competence’

    CPD is a common requirement of individual membership with professional bodies and Institutes. Increasingly, employers also expect their staff to undertake regular CPD activities.

    Undertaken over a period of time, CPD ensures that educational qualifications do not become obsolete, and allows for best practice and professional standards to be upheld.

    CPD can be undertaken through a variety of learning activities including instructor led training courses, seminars and conferences, e:learning modules or structured reading.

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    There are approximately 470 institutes in the UK across all industry sectors, with a collective membership of circa 4 million professionals, and they all expect their members to undertake CPD.

    For some institutes undertaking CPD is mandatory e.g. accountancy and law, and linked to a licence to practice, for others it’s obligatory. By ensuring that their members undertake CPD, the professional bodies seek to ensure that professional standards, legislative awareness and ethical practices are maintained.

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