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Best Practices for Setting Up a Global International Trade Compliance Program

Instructor: Deep SenGupta
Product ID: 703708
  • Duration: 60 Min

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In this webinar, the speaker will share proven best practices on how to create, evaluate and monitor a global trade compliance program. The speaker will share critical components that should be included in your global compliance plan, and discuss specific actions for each component.

Why Should You Attend:

In today’s global economy, multinational companies have business partners, employees, subsidiaries and offices around the world. As a trade compliance profession, you may be responsible for trade compliance at your organization on a global level. This is a challenging task.

Although you may have a good grasp on trade compliance activities within the USA, you could still be looking for answers to these questions:

  • How do you evaluate the trade compliance risk for your worldwide subsidiaries?
  • How do you ensure that your worldwide subsidiaries are adequately managing their trade compliance risk?

In this webinar, the speaker will address questions on how to create, evaluate and monitor a global trade compliance program. He will provide guidelines to help you create and maintain a successful trade compliance program focusing on international controls. In particular, the speaker will discuss critical import/export compliance components and benchmarking suggestions.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • Benefits: Learn why it is important to have a trade compliance program that covers your worldwide operations.
  • Risks: Examples where lack of a coordinated trade compliance program cost companies millions.
  • Challenges: Understand the common challenges in setting up a global trade compliance program.
  • Best Practices: How do the best-run companies manage trade compliance in multiple geographies?
  • Benchmarking: Learn about a scorecard method will help identify global risk areas.
  • Import Topics: What are the import components that need to be included in a global compliance program?
  • Export Topics: What are the export components that need to be included in a global compliance program?
  • Roll-out: Recommendations on rolling out this program globally.
  • Monitoring: Suggestions for monitoring your company’s global trade compliance program going forward.

Who Will Benefit:

  • Global Trade Compliance Professionals
  • Import/Export Compliance Personnel
  • Tax & Accounting Department
  • Legal Department
  • International Purchasing and Logistics Managers
  • Customs Brokers

Instructor Profile:

Deep SenGupta is the president of DSG Global, LLC, where his mission is to simplify global trade for his customers. Over the past 12 years, Mr. SenGupta co-founded and led FedEx’s Trade & Customs Advisory Services (TCAS) division and assisted over 1000 importers and exporters with international trade solutions. In this capacity, he travelled to several companies to help his US-based customers develop worldwide trade compliance programs.

Prior to joining FedEx, he was with KPMG’s Asia Pacific tax practice from 1997 where he helped establish KPMG’s international trade and customs practice in India and advised several Fortune 500 clients on market-access issues for their South-Asian operations.

Mr. SenGupta obtained his basic legal training (LL.B) in India and then obtained a Masters in Law-Taxation (LL.M) from the University of Washington - School of Law (2001) in Seattle, WA. He has also received executive education on international trade from Harvard University’s Kennedy School.

He was appointed by the U.S Secretary of Commerce to the President’s Export Council Subcommittee on Export Administration (PECSEA) to advise the Obama administration on its export control reform efforts. He has also assisted the CBP by serving on a COAC working group on enhancements to the focused assessment program. Mr. SenGupta is a sought-after speaker on international trade issues and addresses customers and trade associations around the country.

Topic Background:

Around the world, many individual countries (for example: China, India, Brazil, etc.) are getting increasingly diligent about trade compliance. For multinationals headquartered in the United States, this means that trade compliance professionals need to manage their risk on a worldwide basis, not just in the USA. This leads to a real challenge for the managers of a global trade compliance program, as they need to create international controls, processes, manuals and manage local trade compliance teams across dozens of jurisdictions.

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