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How to Prepare for and Conduct a Highly Successful Export Compliance Audit (TRD818C)

Presented by: Thad McBride
 
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60 minutes
  •  Thu, August 23, 2018
Event Description
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Learn How to Create a Robust Investigation Plan, Build a Great Team, and Conduct a Winning Export Compliance Audit

Conducting an export control audit is a must for any successful export compliance program. All companies subject to the U.S. export control laws need to independently audit their export compliance programs on a regular basis. But conducting an effective export compliance audit can be challenging. Scoping an audit accurately, building an audit team that knows what to do, and knowing which risk areas to highlight and address calls for certain skills. And miscompliances can get you in hot water with the authorities.

In this information-packed webinar, industry veteran Thad McBride will show you exactly how to create a robust investigation plan, develop your audit team, and conduct a highly effective export compliance audit. McBride will also bring you up to speed with key export laws and regulations, as well as the challenges you will likely face.

McBride will provide top-notch advice on how to collect data, how to conduct interviews, document meetings and memorialize audits. You will learn how to develop and take corrective actions in concert with the key stakeholders, and how to assign responsibilities and follow up on the corrective actions to ensure they were completed.

After attending this webinar, you will be able to put together a robust investigation plan, build a great audit team, and conduct an effective, result-oriented export compliance audit.

Session Highlights

This session will bring you up to speed with:

  • Key export control laws and regulations
  • Challenging export control issues
  • How to develop an effective audit plan
  • Putting together the audit team
  • Advice for conducting the audit, particularly related to:
    • Collecting relevant documents
    • Conducting meetings/interviews
    • Documenting the audit
  • Advice on developing and implementing corrective actions

Session Objectives

You will get specific guidance on:

  • How to form an audit team
  • Privilege protection, subject matter, resources, time, geography, and other factors
  • How to conduct the audit, including how to collect data, conduct interviews and meetings, how to document meetings, and how to memorialize audits
  • How to complete corrective actions, including how to develop corrective actions in concert with business people, ensure the corrective actions are reasonable under the circumstances, how to assign responsibilities, and how to follow up on the corrective actions to ensure they are completed

Who Should Attend

  • Importers
  • Exporters
  • Import managers
  • Export managers
  • General counsel
  • In-house lawyers with export compliance responsibilities
  • Export compliance professionals, including licensing and technical personnel
  • Compliance officers and other compliance professionals
  • Internal auditors
  • Export compliance auditors
About Our Speaker(s)

Thad McBride | Trade compliance Issues SpeakerThad McBride
Thad McBrideis the head of the international trade group at Bass Berry & Sims at the firm's Washington office. His practice focuses on helping companies understand and comply with their obligations under U.S. export and import controls, economic sanctions, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and the Committee on Foreign... More info

 
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