The increased enforcement of Dutch authorities on sanctions and export controls underlines the extensive implications these have for all economic operators in the Netherlands. Not only does it serve as a stark reminder for would-be violators of the risks related to export controls and sanctions, they also present serious challenges for the transportation & logistics sector, especially in a transit hub such as the Netherlands. How can commercially viable business models for handling cargo be aligned with ever stricter compliance requirements? And to what extent can contracts be made trade control proof?
The seminar aims to show the practical consequences of this new enforcement trend for parties involved in the trade of strategic goods. These include insurance companies, financial institutions, customs agents, manufacturers and distributors. The seminar will also provide an overview and update of relevant policy developments and critical issues from an EU-US trade controls perspective.
The seminar will be held in English. For the complete programme and registration, see our website
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