Global Trade Alert: New Cuba Restricted Party List Released

Posted by Mandy Hyde

In June 2017, President Trump announced forthcoming changes to the Cuba sanctions program in his "National Security Presidential Memorandum Strengthening the Policy of the United States Toward Cuba" ("Cuba NSPM"). These changes reflected modifications to be made to the broader Cuba reform initiated by former President Obama in January 2015 - much of which is still in effect today. While a surprising announcement in itself, US citizens and residents (luckily) were not subject to the restrictions until the policy was shaped into official regulations.

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Topics: Export Management, Export Compliance, Restricted Party Screening

Webinar Q&A: You KNOW Your Customer: But What About ALL of the Parties in Between You?

Posted by Mandy Hyde

Last month, Amber Road broadcasted the webinar, You KNOW Your Customer: But What about ALL of the Parties in Between You? Our presenters, Steve Swanson, Director at Amber Road, and Steve Keighley, Solutions Consultant at Amber Road, received numerous questions throughout the webinar. Unfortunately, they did not have time to address them all during the live broadcast. We have compiled their answers into a Q&A document - here is a preview:

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Topics: Export Management, Export Compliance, Restricted Party Screening

Upcoming Webinar: You KNOW Your Customer: But What About ALL of the Parties in Between You?

Posted by Mandy Hyde

As companies begin to expand and increase their exports, their risk profile increases exponentially. Supply chains are dynamic, so the number of contacts your organization interacts with changes constantly. If you are not actively screening your customers and ALL of the parties in between, you could already be at export compliance risk. Would you be willing to risk paying high fines, jeopardizing your company's reputation, or even your personal freedom because of your organization's current screening processes?

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Topics: Export Management, Export Compliance, Restricted Party Screening

Extreme Export Violations - Are You In Danger Too?

Posted by Mandy Hyde

Companies violate export compliance laws every day. Either an organization intentionally commits export violations and misleads the government, or simply lacks the proper export compliance program to alert them when in danger. 

Either way, these violations can ultimately lead to millions of dollars' worth of fines, loss of credibility, a tarnished reputation, imprisonment and loss of exportation privileges. Although a majority of companies would never intentionally commit export compliance violations - the latter happens all too often to unsuspecting organizations with an outdated, manual or weak export compliance solution.

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Topics: Export Management, Export Compliance