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Import-Export Controls and Perspectives from FinCen and OFAC

Since its earliest days, the United States has employed economic sanctions and trade embargoes to further various foreign-policy, national-security and safety objectives.  


Are you aware of these sanctions?  Are you aware of the countries, companies or individuals with which your organization should not conduct business with? What are the fraud schemes international buyers utilize when doing business with U.S. companies? 


During this training, you will have to opportunity to hear from representatives of Import-Export Bank, FinCen and OFAC regarding these important international regulatory issues.   


Join us on May 7, 2012 for a training session worth 5 hours CPE credits. 


Key topics to be discussed will be:
  • Import-Export controls enforcement and fraud schemes
  • OFAC compliance requirements
  • Overview of FinCEN and its assistance with OFAC and Import/Export Controls
  • Legal aspect of OFAC and Import/Export Controls


Who should attend:

  • Certified Fraud Examiners and other anti-fraud specialists
  • Forensic accountants and auditors
  • Internal and independent auditors
  • Criminal investigators from local, state and federal agencies
  • Internal and independent auditors, lawyers, prosecutors and other professionals


DATE:  Monday –May 7, 2012


TIME:  8:00AM – 1:30PM (training starts promptly at 8:30AM)


LOCATION:     D.C. Bar Conference Center

1101 K Street, NW (corner of 12th and K Street)

Suite 200

Washington, DC 20005-4210



COST:  (includes breakfast and lunch)

  • Chapter Members $45
  • Non Chapter Members $55


CPE Credits:
    This course offers an opportunity to earn five (5) continuing professional education credits.
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