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OCR provides free export compliance advice

Posted 2 April 2019 · Add Comment

ADS member OCR is hosting a free webinar focusing on the importance of export compliance and best practices to ensure an effective internal export compliance programme.

In the latest in OCR's free Webinar series, the speakers will share insights on how to deploy an effective export compliance programme that not only prevents violations but also streamlines operations and increases competitiveness.

Those interested in participating can join Paul J DiVecchio, Principle of DiVecchio & Associates on Wednesday 17th of April at 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm EST (British Summer Time: 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm), as he discusses the best practices for an effective export compliance programme. Paul is an export consultant and a leading authority on regulatory compliance issues, advising both business and government entities on export compliance issues.

Paul will be joined by Thomas Mathew, OCR's Vice President of GTM Solutions, who will share insights and help answer any questions that may come up during the webinar.

Participants will be able to find out more about:
•    Organisational Structure for effective Export Compliance Programs
•    Optimising implementation of compliance policies/procedures, 'Globally'.
•    Key Compliance Elements in your Supply Chain
•    Case study of a sample company's strong export compliance program

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