Leading Practices for Global Export Compliance - Part 2


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Join global trade practitioners from Deloitte and export compliance solution leaders from SAP and NextLabs for this exciting webinar series.

As businesses globalize and grow overseas operations and markets, they are often required to comply with complex and changing country-specific export control regulations on a global basis. Compliance requirements not only span physical goods, but also digital goods and technical data. Complex requirements often delay business collaboration, and may increase the risk of violation.

In this webinar series, we will provide an overview of global export laws and associated compliance requirements, and discuss leading practices for addressing these requirements. Attendees will learn how trade management software, such as SAP Global Trade Services (GTS), in conjunction with technical data solutions from NextLabs, could be effective tools to provide a unified solution to manage the shipment of physical goods, digital goods and technical data.

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Leading Practices for Global Export Compliance - Part 2

  1. 1. Unifying Physical Exports and Technical Data Compliance Jason Severson Executive Solution Engineer, SAP E.K. Koh VP of Solution Management, NextLabs Chris Halloran Director, Customs and Global Trade, Deloitte Tax LLP © 2005-2013 NextLabs Inc.
  2. 2. Leading Practices for Global Export Compliance Part 1: Meeting Global Export Regulations: Challenges and Leading Practices Part 2: Unifying Physical Exports and Technical Data Compliance Slide 2 © 2005-2013 NextLabs Inc.
  3. 3. MANAGING PHYSICAL EXPORTS IN SAP GTS Slide 3 © 2005-2013 NextLabs Inc.
  4. 4. Special Customs Procedures Import Management Export Management Enable the secure and reliable global supply chain Optimize global trade Export Classification Outbound Compliance Outbound Customs Services Outbound Trade Finance Services    Import Classification Inbound Compliance Inbound Customs Services Inbound Trade Finance Services Automate global trade compliance   Customs Warehousing Entry to Free Inward Processing Circulation for Relief Prescribed End Use & PUCC* Outward Processing Relief  Trade Preference Meet electronic filing mandates for key markets Automate the operations of bonded warehouses, free trade agreements, and inward and outward processing Consolidate import transactions into monthly duty statements and payment via ACH Comply with global trade regulations  Vendor Declaration Handling Preference Determination Customer Declaration Handling   Streamlined export/import license management Meet new and changing global trade regulations Meet OFAC requirements for financial transactions Secure global business  Special Regional Procedures Protect revenue and meet customer request date Accelerate cross border transactions with tight integration with supply chain and financial processes Reduce, delay, or eliminate duties using special global trade programs Goods Movements Subject to Excise Duties (EMCS) Restitution Management Electronic Compliance Reporting   Proactive screening and monitoring of procure to pay, order to cash, covering all import and export activity Proactive screening of all financial transactions meeting OFAC (Office of Foreign Assets Control) requirements Secure movements of goods under duty suspension Slide 4 © 2005-2013 NextLabs Inc.
  5. 5. Thank you for viewing a preview of our webinar: Leading Practices for Global Export Compliance – Part 2 To Request the full version of this webinar, Click HERE. Slide 5 © 2005-2013 NextLabs Inc.