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Import and Export - Improving Your International Trade Compliance Score

Instructor: Deep SenGupta
Product ID: 703961
  • Duration: 60 Min

recorded version

$149.00
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Training CD

$299.00
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This international trade compliance training program will evaluate strategies such as drawback, foreign trade zones or free trade agreements. It will also offer guidance and best practice strategies for several import/export practices such as methodology for measuring trade compliance score, and determining export control classification number.

Why Should You Attend:

What you cannot measure, you cannot improve. International trade compliance has numerous facets and complexities. This webinar will offer a comprehensive overview of trade compliance issues that government regulators are looking at. In a best practice scorecard model, the course instructor will cover the top international trade risk areas that will help measure where your company stands. The speaker will also walk attendees through a self-assessment of international trade compliance programs, leaving them with an international compliance score and recommendation for improvement.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

Import

  • Customs Valuation
  • HTS Classification
  • Custom Duty-Minimization Strategies
    • Evaluate Strategies such as Drawback, Foreign Trade Zones or Free Trade Agreements (such as NAFTA)
  • Methodology for Measuring Trade Compliance Score
  • Records Management
  • Supply Chain Security

Export

  • Export Licenses
  • Determining Export Control Classification Number (ECCN Number)
  • Restricted Party Screening
  • Audit Readiness
  • Post-Entry Audits

Who Will Benefit:

  • Legal Department
  • Import/Export Compliance Personnel
  • Tax Department
  • Finance and Accounting
  • Risk Management
  • Trade Compliance
  • Global Supply Chain
  • Customs Brokers

Instructor Profile:

Deep SenGupta is the president of DSG Global, LLC, where his mission is to “simplify global trade” for his worldwide customers. For 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 on a global basis, 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 & Customs practice in India and advised several Fortune 500 clients on market-access issues for their South-Asian operations.

He 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.

Mr. SenGupta 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.

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