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Export Compliance Session at International Trade Certificate Program

Taking your business global is largely about risk mitigation.  Exporting from the U.S. is a right, not a privilege, with every transaction and product being accountable to at least eight different federal government agencies or regulations.  In some cases, just one export violation can yield fines of over $100,000, and can even include civil or criminal charges.   If your business is new to exporting, how can you ensure that you are following all the rules? 

The export compliance session of the International Trade Certificate Program will give attendees an overview of their responsibilities and how to develop an appropriate export compliance management program.  See speaker bio below.  

James M. Anzalone – Global Trade Compliance Professional

James Anzalone is the president of Compliance Assurance LLC, a firm specializing in global trade compliance solutions. Mr. Anzalone has consulted firms of all sizes throughout the United States on the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), Foreign Trade Regulations (FTR) and Customs & Border Protection (CBP) regulations.

For over 18 years, James has developed comprehensive compliance programs including commodity classification, license determination, ‘know your customer’ checks, development of corporate policies and procedures and employee training programs. As an independent consultant, he has assisted companies with their Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC) registration, technology control plans, brokering activities, commodity jurisdiction, encryption control reviews, government mandated and internal audits and training, DDTC, BIS and OFAC licenses and a myriad of other import and export compliance challenges.
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