ICTF's Webinar: Export Regulations and Compliance
Thursday, January 24, 2019 - duration: 60 minutes
Discussion of the issues related to compliance with and enforcement of U.S. export controls, economic sanctions, and FCPA. Learn how to develop compliance programs to identify, avoid and mitigate the international regulatory risks. Knowing your customer, knowing your customer’s customer, and knowing the transaction…how much due diligence is enough and what are the responsibilities of the credit department in achieving compliance?
Speaker: Michael Burton, Partner - Jacobson Burton Kelley PLLC
ICTF Members: $75
*Your log on information will be sent a day in advance.
*unlimited participants from the same location in a conference room setting - registration includes one telephone and web connection
In order to qualify for the discounted member registration rate, the participant must hold an active ICTF membership at the time of registration and at the time of the event.
Michael Burton has more than 16 years’ experience representing US and foreign clients on a wide range of issues related to compliance with and enforcement of US export controls (Export Administration Regulations and International Traffic in Arms Regulations), economic sanctions administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), anti-boycott, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, anti-money laundering, and import laws. He counsels clients on complex trade controls issues, designs and audits corporate compliance programs, and has obtained numerous US government licenses authorizing transactions under these controls.
For his clients - ranging from Fortune 500 companies with novel trade controls challenges to smaller corporations without substantial in-house compliance resources - Michael develops compliance systems to identify, avoid, and mitigate international regulatory risks. He also conducts internal investigations, compliance assessments and due diligence, prepares voluntary disclosures, and defends and resolves enforcement actions be fore the US Departments of Commerce, Treasury, State, and Homeland Security.