Updated licensing requirements from the ECJU

Updated licensing requirements from the ECJU

The UK’s ECJU has updated its guidance on licensing requirements and restrictions for trade control and the export of controlled military goods, software and technology and controlled dual-use items, software and technology, goods for torture and radioactive sources. https://www.gov.uk/guidance/export-controls-military-goods-software-and-technology https://www.gov.uk/guidance/export-controls-dual-use-items-software-and-technology-goods-for-torture-and-radioactive-sources.

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Export Compliance Manager Magazine Introductory Offer

Export Compliance Manager is a new journal from the publisher of World Export Control Review (WorldECR), addressing smart practice in day-to-day export compliance.  Subscription rates are tailored to the size of your business and the number of readers.  Issue 2, out now, features articles on: Compliance budgets Compliance in the time of Covid-19 Role of technology…

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UK EXPORT LICENSING STATUS REPORT

Following the Appeal Court decision of 20th June 2019 (High Court documents, full judgement and press summary, the UK Government affirmed that it would respect the Court’s decision and that it would NOT issue any new export or trade control licences for the supply of anything subject to control to any of the Saudi Arabian-led coalition…

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ITC’s Trade Measures in Response to Covid-19

  The International Trade Centre (ITC), a development agency dedicated to supporting the internationalisation of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), is regularly updating their Market Access Map tracking temporary trade measures in response to Covid-19. Please click here for live updates: https://macmap.org/en/covid19

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Webinar – Open General Licences

The Department of International Trade have introduced a new webinar which will go live on Monday 16th March 2020 at 11.00am. This webinar is being offered to exporters of strategically controlled defence and dual use items, who need further information on the recent amendments and new open general licences. If you are registered – or…

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Enhance your Export Control Career with CPD

One of the key objectives of the Export Control Profession (ECP) is to support and encourage the professional development of export control specialists.  An important tool to achieve this is the Continuing Professional Development programme administered by the Institute of Export and International Trade.  This gives members of the Profession a unique opportunity to manage…

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Introduction to Export Controls Webinar

Rising geopolitical tensions, devastating conflicts and an ever-changing regulatory landscape mean UK businesses need to strive towards compliance in international trade. A failure to do so will have severe moral implications for exporters from the UK, who could also risk hefty fines, loss of reputation, debarment and the loss of business. In this webinar, board…

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Changes to ECJU

The Department of International Trade has announced that The Export Control Joint Unit (ECJU) has with immediate effect, amended its inspection process regarding the use of open licences and electronic standard individual export licences (SIELs). Read more about this important development: Notice to Exporters 2020/04 For general export control queries please contact our Helpline on 020…

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