Trade Navigation- Restricted/Denied Party Screen

Due to the assertive focus of specific government regulatory agencies, it is essential to ensure that your company does not engage with organizations, groups, and individuals that have been debarred, blocked, sanctioned, or denied import/export privileges, etc. Organizations should understand, implement, and maintain best screening practices to stay on the right side of export, trade compliance, and financial laws. Join us for everything you need to know about Restricted/Denied Party Screening. This two-hour interactive webinar will focus on the following (not inclusive):
The basics of export compliance concerning Restricted Party Screening
Why should you conduct a Restricted Party Screening
How to screen new suppliers, vendors, agents, etc.
What to do if you receive a β€œhit” after screening
What resources are available (Non-Automated and Automated) to perform a screening
Case Studies and consequences of Non-Compliance regarding RPS
Implementing and maintaining an RPS Compliance Program
Who should attend?
β€’ International Sales, Compliance, Supply Chain, Logistics, and others who work to mitigate risks associated with international trade transactions.

Who will present this material?
Brooke VanSchoubroek, Trade Compliance Lead, The HEICO Companies

-- A copy of the presentation will be available after the webinar --

*This workshop is an approved STEP Grant reimbursement. If you have not applied for the STEP (State Trade and Export Promotion), please visit the Kentucky Export Initiative website for more information: Click here to learn more about the STEP Grant.

All WTCKY events will be free to any WTCA organization and its members using the code WTCA.