The World Customs Organization (WCO) will soon make significant changes to the Harmonized System (HS).  This could have a major impact on your company’s global trade process and international supply chain.  Find out how you can tackle these issues by listening to Management Dynamics’ latest podcast, Compliance 101: Research Tools for Getting Started in Trade Compliance.

Presented by the Journal of Commerce, global trade compliance experts discuss the technology available to help companies of all sizes with managing classification and other critical compliance processes. Anthony Hardenburgh, VP Global Trade Content at Management Dynamics, and Ty Bordner, VP of Solutions Consulting at Management Dynamics, also provide details on the launch of a free trade tool that will soon be available to the trade community.

Click here to listen to the podcast.
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Export Compliance Webinar Series, Part One: Restricted Party Screening

Join Customs & Trade Solutions, Inc. and Management Dynamics for a complimentary three-part Export Compliance Webinar Series, which will address the three key steps of any Export Compliance Program (ECP): Restricted Party Screening, Product Classification, and Shipment Screening and Documentation.
 
The first webinar will be held tomorrow, September 20th at 2:00pm EDT, and will review in detail the most common first step of any export compliance program, Restricted Party Screening (RPS).
 
Global trade compliance experts will show you how to automate Restricted Party Screening to reduce your compliance risk, as well as provide a discussion on industry challenges and best practices for building an Export Compliance Program (ECP), including:

  • Tips for establishing a cost-effective compliance program in a down economy
  • Understanding of the technology available to manage RPS today
  • How you can implement screening software across your organization
  • Screening best practices of today’s top global exporters

Speakers will include:
Suzanne Richer, President, Customs & Trade Solutions, Inc.
Sanjeev Williams, Product Manager, Management Dynamics
 
Register for the webinar today!
 
Mark your calendars for the next two webinars in this series!
Product Classification: Friday, October 21
Shipment Screening & Documentation: Friday, November 18
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Part One: Restricted Party Screening

Join Customs & Trade Solutions, Inc. and Management Dynamics for a complimentary three-part Export Compliance Webinar Series, which will address the three key steps of any Export Compliance Program (ECP): Restricted Party Screening, Product Classification, and Shipment Screening and Documentation.
 
The first webinar will be held on Tuesday, September 20th at 2:00pm EDT and will review in detail the most common first step of any export compliance program, Restricted Party Screening (RPS).
 
Global trade compliance experts will show you how to automate Restricted Party Screening to reduce your compliance risk, as well as provide a discussion on industry challenges and best practices for building an Export Compliance Program (ECP), including:

  • Tips for establishing a cost-effective compliance program in a down economy
  • Understanding of the technology available to manage RPS today
  • How you can implement screening software across your organization
  • Screening best practices of today’s top global exporters

Speakers will include:
Suzanne Richer, President, Customs & Trade Solutions, Inc.
Sanjeev Williams, Product Manager, Management Dynamics
 
Register for the webinar today!
 
Mark your calendars for the next two webinars in this series!
Product Classification: Friday, October 21
Shipment Screening & Documentation: Friday, November 18
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Join the Association of Corporate Counsel and Management Dynamics for a complimentary webinar, Using Technology to Enhance Your Regulatory Compliance Program, on Wednesday, September 21 at 2:00pm EDT.
 
Global trade compliance experts will discuss key strategies to consider when creating or enhancing a compliance program, including:

  • Understanding international trade sanctions, including Specially Designated Nationals
  • Best practices for implementing an Export Compliance Program (ECP), including complying with new I-29 deemed export certification requirements
  • The importance of screening against federal government debarred lists, including Medicare/Medicaid, FDA, FAR, etc., as well as Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and FCPA compliance

Speakers will include:

  • Robert Roach, Chief Compliance Officer, New York University
  • Anthony Hardenburgh, VP Global Trade Content, Management Dynamics

This is a must attend event for in-house counsel and regulatory compliance professionals.  Register for the webinar today!
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TALIS Group, a world-leading provider of water valves and services for the whole water cycle, has gone live with the Management Dynamics’ Export On-Demand solution for Restricted Party Screening (RPS). Deploying Export On-Demand is a foundation technology for TALIS’s goal of centralizing and automating its global export compliance processes.

Over the past year, the company’s European group has acquired multiple companies that now operate as TALIS Group subsidiaries, prompting TALIS to consolidate management of its global trade compliance capabilities. Utilizing a multi-tenant and multi-organization architecture, team-based workflow and on-demand in the cloud, all subsidiaries and offices within TALIS Group can easily manage their own customer shipments.

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The U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) recently released a new set of best practices that are aimed at helping exporters, re-exporters and freight forwarders guard against the diversion of dual use items shipped to a transshipment hub.  While transshipments are a growing part of international trade and offer many benefits, they can be used illegally to either disguise the final destination or divert trade to unauthorized end users.

The new set of best practices encourages exporters to maintain strong internal compliance strategies, conduct focused outreach, and continuously raise awareness of export control regulations and obligations.

The following is a summary of the best practices published by BIS:

  • Companies should pay attention to the Red Flag Indicators on the BIS website.
  • Companies should seek to utilize Trade Facilitators that administer sound export management and compliance practices.
  • Companies should “know” their foreign customers – by obtaining detailed information to measure the risk of diversion.
  • Companies should avoid routed transactions when exporting and facilitating the movement of dual-use items.
  • When the Destination Control Statement (DCS) is required, companies should provide the appropriate Export Control Classification Number (ECCN) and the final destination where the item(s) are intended to be used.
  • Companies should provide the ECCN or the EAR99 classification to freight forwards, and should report this information in AES.
  • Companies should use information technology to the maximum extent feasible to augment “know your customer” and other due-diligence measures.

For more detailed information, please read the full article.
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