Webinar ‘Global trade controls: current challenges and critical issues from an EU, US and Chinese perspective’ Wednesday 16 June, 14.00-17.00 hrs.
Tensions in the international political arena have resulted in policy changes including economic sanctions and export control regulation. This causes uncertainty which affects international business. The Biden Administration provides for a different US perspective while China revamps its export control regime. On 11 June 2021, the EU Commission will publish its revised export controls regulation, addressing the evolving security risks and threats and rapid developments in technology. It is clear that an update on trade controls from an EU, US and Chinese perspective is not only timely but certainly warranted.
This webinar provides for expert views and explanations on the current state of affairs by speakers from the US, EU and China. The experts will explore compliance challenges and enforcement risks associated with the recent regulatory changes and the latest developments in US and EU policies. What will be the implications for trade with Russia, Iran and China? What are the lessons learned from Nord Stream 2? What are the implications of technology and software sanctions? These, and other questions, relevant for trade controls and compliance professionals, will be answered during this webinar.
• Gain insight in the recent developments of from the perspective of EU, US and China
• Learn how this may affect your company’s trade control compliance policy
• Hear the updates firsthand from the EU Commission
• Benefit from the analysis of actual cases and real life examples
• Discover the top 3 lessons learned since the Biden Administration took office
• Acquire understanding of the implications for EU trade with China
Marcello Irlando, Expert Dual-use, Export Control Team, DG Trade, European Commission, Brussels
Dr. Deming Zhao, Lawyer/ partner, Global Law Office, Shanghai
David D. DiBari, Lawyer/ partner, Clifford Chance, Co-head of Clifford Chance’s Global Risk Team, Washington D.C. (moderator)
Renée Latour, Lawyer/ partner, Clifford Chance, Washington D.C.
Gerson Raiser, Lawyer, Clifford Chance, Frankfurt
|13.45||Digital platform opens|
|14.00||Welcome and introduction
By Marijke Wolfs, Secretary General ICC Netherlands
|The new export control regime in the EU, updated EU regulations and their implementation to face new challenges
By Marcello Irlando
Recent trends in EU sanctions, updates concerning Iran, Nord Stream 2 and the blocking statutes explained
Recent developments under the Biden Administration: export sanctions and trade controls
China export control: extraterritorial jurisdiction and blocking rules
Trade controls and compliance professionals, corporate lawyers, legal officers & in-house counsel. ICC Netherlands invites all registered participants to submit questions for the panel beforehand.
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