US Export Compliance & Invoicing


Instructor: Cely Coleman
Product ID: 703049

  • Duration: 60 Min
This US export compliance webinar covers the fundamental understanding and tools to create an effective export compliance program, regardless of the commodity. The session will provide an overview of the U.S. Export Regulations, Foreign Trade Regulation, introduction of agencies for US shipments & export invoice for export merchandise from the US to other countries.
Last Recorded Date: Aug-2013


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Why Should You Attend:

Do you need to be concerned about export compliance if the products that you export are not electronics or machinery? It is not just dual-use or military exporters that need to be concerned about export compliance. Although the product you export is considered non-threatening, the Department of Commerce will still hold you accountable for actions not taking.

As corporations, persons and special interest groups increase their focus on global business opportunities, the US government is increasing their scrutiny on exports, as a whole. This webinar is designed to provide an overview of the U.S. Export Regulations, Foreign Trade Regulation, introduction of agencies that exercise jurisdiction over US shipments, and the required data elements needed on an export invoice, to properly export merchandise from the United States to other countries. Business trade executives and compliance associates must understand the penalties associated for non-compliance and how to avoid them.

At the end of the webinar the speaker will handle your specific questions related to the topic.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • Government Agencies & Trade laws
  • Red Flags
  • Role of USPPI, FPPI & USFF
  • Routed Shipments
  • Compliance & Security Checks
  • Commercial Invoice content
  • Examples of Export shipments
  • Penalties & Fines
  • Best Practices

Who will Benefit:

  • Compliance Associates
  • Supply Chain & Logistics Directors
  • International Sales Managers
  • Trade Consultants
  • Exporters
  • University Students

Instructor Profile:

Mrs. Coleman, is an International Trade Compliance Consultant and has 22 years of experience in the import and export fields, handling an array of commodities and regulation issues. She has extensive knowledge of the C-TPAT program and maintains an expert knowledge on global security supply chain management. Mrs. Coleman has taught Export Compliance at the City University of New York, gave in-house training to multiple multinational corporations on import and export compliance topics and has published in the Managing Imports & Exports publication. She has performed Trade Compliance Audits, created SOPs & Best Practices and assist clients in managing their Compliance programs, such as ISA, Export Controls & ISF. She holds a BBA in International Business from Baurch College, City University of New York.

Topic Background:

The Department of Commerce Bureau of Industry and Security is responsible for implementing and enforcing the Export Administration Regulations which regulate the export and re-export of most commercial items. The EAR place legal responsibility on persons who have information, authority or functions relevant to carrying out export transactions, subject to the EAR. These persons may include exporters, freight forwarders, carriers, consignees and other participants in an export transaction. The EAR applies not only to parties in the United States, but also to persons in foreign countries who are involved in transactions.

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