JW Marriott Houston
September 20-22 2017
Conference curriculum has been approved for:
13.5 CCS credits & 10.0 CES credits by NCBFAA NEI
11.25 MCLE credits & 2 Ethics credits by State Bar of Texas
11.3 MCLE credits by the State Bar of Alabama
The Advanced Topics in Customs Compliance Conference brings together import and export professionals, legal counsel, customs brokers and other international trade professionals in a highly productive two-day event in Houston, Texas. Conference speakers delve into several complex industry topics drawing on their significant depth of experience.
Conference sessions are structured to allow significant opportunity for interaction and Q&A. They are highly relevant for experienced international trade professionals seeking to gain insights from speakers through tracks "A" and "C", while newer practitioners can gain from a great set of fundamental principles delivered in track "B". See Agenda
Complexity Permeates Global Trade
Growth in global trade has led to a significant increase in complexity and recent and future geo-political changes are likely to heighten this trend. International trade practitioners continue to be challenged by the fast pace of change.
In this highly complex environment, we have designed the Advanced Topics in Customs Compliance Conference to serve as a primary resource for industry professionals seeking to stay abreast of several highly complex and timely topics, which include: Preparing for U.S. Customs Audits and Surveys, Qualifying for First Sale Valuation, Export Voluntary Disclosure Process, Anti-Dumping and Countervailing Duties, OFAC Sanctions, Advanced Transaction Value, Classification Cases, Statistical Sampling and Prior Disclosures and U.S. Customs Reconciliation Program. In-depth discussions, case studies, state-of-the-art facilities and a highly experienced group of speakers will enable participants to gain invaluable knowledge, insights and industry connections.
We welcome you to the conference and assure you this will be the best event you attend in 2017.