Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act Seminar and Networking Reception
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10/18/2017
When: Wednesday, October 18, 2017
9:00am - 6:15pm
Where: Sheraton Hotel
870 Williston Road
Burlington, VT  05403
United States
Contact: Karen Pim
508.481.0424

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Learn the latest trade enforcement trends and best practices, while enjoying a continental breakfast, lunch, and networking reception hour.

 

The Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act (TFTEA), and a recent escalation of enforcement, calls for importers to be vigilant in their trade compliance efforts. This seminar provides New England and Quebec companies an opportunity to prepare for import trade policies that will directly impact their business. These new regulations have significant and broad implications for US importers and exporters; therefore, readiness and compliance are critical for the success of companies engaged in international trade.

 

Join Vermont Governor Phil Scott at this full-day seminar covering trade compliance and enforcement. The Trade Facilitation and Enforcement Act (TFTEA) and a recent escalation of enforcement calls for importers to be vigilant in their trade compliance efforts. This seminar provides New England and Quebec companies an opportunity to prepare for import trade policies that will directly impact their business. These new regulations have significant and broad implications for US importers and exporters; therefore, readiness and compliance are critical for the success of companies engaged in international trade.


Topics to Include:

  • Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act (TFTEA) Overview
  • The new approach to enforcement
  • Import de minimis value changes
  • Trade enforcement implications for importers and exporters
  • Increased CBP audits and surveys
  • The Enforce and Protect Act (EAPA)
  • Combating evasion of ADD/CVD
  • Duty drawback changes
  • Perspectives from federal and state officials


Featured Speaker & Opening Remarks: Phil Scott, 82nd Governor of Vermont

 

Keynote Luncheon Speaker:  Bryan Bechard, Managing Director of Country Malt Group

  

Multiple Industry Expert Speakers Include:

Amy Magnus; LCB, CCS, & CES, Director of Customs Affairs & Compliance, CBP Trade Ambassador, A.N. Deringer, Inc.
Arthur Bodek; Partner, Grunfeld, Desiderio, Lebowitz, Silverman and Klestadt LLP
Ann Jordanek; Senior Trade Advisor, LCB, CCS, A.N. Deringer, Inc.

Jerry Malmo; Director, Civil Enforcement Division, US Customs & Border Protection

Missey Forey, Senior Manager, International Trade ComplianceKeurig Green Mountain

Timothy Egan, CMO/ Executive Producer - Moody Street TV, PR Chair - NECBC Board of Directors, Introduction to the New England-Canada Business Council (NECBC)
Bryan Bechard, 
President, County Malt Group and Brewcraft USA

 

Registration Fee:  $149

 

Sheraton Burlington Hotel

870 Williston Rd, Burlington, VT

Hotel room block rate $159+ Tax (Group name = CONECT), rate available until October 9th. 

888-627-7125

 

 

 

 This event has been approved for 7 CCS / CES credits.
 When registering, please include your CCS number when prompted.

 


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Southborough, MA 01772
Telephone: 508.481.0424
Fax: 508.481.2161

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