2023 ICPA Europe Conference for compliance and customs experts

2023 ICPA Europe Conference for compliance and customs experts

The key event for compliance and customs experts in Europe. Export, import, trade compliance, supply chain security, and more. Contact us if you missed it.

ICPA 2023: What the event was all about

The International Compliance Professionals Association (ICPA) hosted its annual Europe conference in Amsterdam this year on May 15-16, 2023. This event is an important get-together for customs and trade compliance professionals to stay up to date on latest regulations, requirements, and best practice insights. 

Supporting this key industry event, AEB was a proud sponsor. Our global trade and solution experts were on-site to discuss companies' individual customs and trade compliance requirements and how software can help to increase efficiency and security. 

The compliance and customs landscape has never been more challenging and developments across regions keep traders on their toes. The ICPA 2023 Europe conference program covered relevant topics for your business. These included but were not limited to the following: 

  • How to get corporate buy-in
  • Qualifying products for European free trade agreements
  • Customs valuation and transfer pricing
  • Forced labor and supply chain transparency
  • Environment and supply chain
  • Applied data analytics and artificial intelligence in global trade management
  • Russian sanctions
  • Impact of new China regulations on the EU
  • New developments in European export control
  • Sanctions from European exporter perspective
  • Compliance and technology development
  • EXW and DDP challenges in Europe
  • Latest trends in Customs audits
  • E-commerce
  • Harmonized System – Foundation of foreign trade
  • European dual-use classification process
  • EU FTAs, qualification, comparison, and advocacy
  • Challenges in exporting to Africa and Arabic countries
  • Documenting your export classification process
  • Outbound compliance simplification

ICPA is the International Compliance Professionals Association with over 3,000 members worldwide. In addition to educational programs, ICPA offers a range of annual events for compliance and customs experts across the world. Find out more.

AEB compliance and customs experts at ICPA 2023

How can you integrate EU and US export control checks into your internal compliance program? What is the best way to identify sanctioned ownership and ensure compliance with indirect bans on provisions? How can you efficiently manage hybrid customs processes for import, export, and customs broker collaboration?  

All these questions and many more have been discussed at the AEB stand at the ICPA Europe Conference 2023 in Amsterdam. And our experts Dr. Mereke Sterl-van Garderen and Tracy Doyle based in the Netherlands delivered the answers. If you were there, we hope you also joined the agenda point "European Dual-Use Classification Process", which was presented by Mereke. 

If you missed the event and would like to discuss your individual software requirements for efficient and integrated compliance and customs processes in all your global business transactions from offer to delivery, just get in touch with us.

Dr. Mereke Sterl-van Garderen, Trade Compliance Expert, AEB
Dr. Mereke Sterl-van Garderen, Trade Compliance Expert, AEB

Dr. Mereke Sterl-van Garderen
Trade Compliance Expert

Tracy Doyle, Global Account Manager, AEB
Tracy Doyle, Global Account Manager, AEB

Tracy Doyle 
Global Account Manager

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