Seminal John Everett Millais painting temporarily barred from export

Seminal John Everett Millais painting temporarily barred from export

Home » Export Control Profession: News Sir John Everett Millais, Bart, P.R.A.Ferdinand Lured by Ariel 1849-1850; Oil on panel, 64.8 x 50.8 cm (arched top). Signed and dated in monogram, lower left, JEMillais / 1849. Source: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/arts-minister-stops-export-of-pre-raphaelite-work A temporary export bar has been placed on John Everett Millais’ painting ‘Ferdinand Lured by Ariel’ to avoid…

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Control List classification course – London Only – Dates TBC

Pre-course Knowledge: You will have some knowledge or experience of the classification (rating) process. We recommend the foundation workshop or intermediate seminar first. Overview A course to provide guidance on identifying the control list entries that apply to your goods software and technology. Workshops will concentrate on classifying military and dual-use goods. Outline: Export control…

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Making better licence applications – London only

Pre-course Knowledge: None, although having a SPIRE account and some experience of making Standard Individual Export Licence (SIEL) applications will help you get the most benefit out of this course. Overview Reduce the number of Requests for Further Information (RFIs) and withdrawn/stopped cases returned to licence applicants. Attendees will be taken step-by-step through the licence…

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Licences Workshop

Pre-course Knowledge: You will have some experience of making licence applications (if relevant) and undertaken prior training from the Learning Path. Overview This Workshop aimed at improving the permissions exporters obtain to export strategically controlled military and dual-use items, thereby reducing the number of licences required and improving compliance. With the wealth of Export Control…

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Intermediate Practitioners course

Pre-course Knowledge: You should have some previous knowledge of Strategic Export Controls and reviewed the Consolidated Control List (free download) before attending this course. Overview A more detailed look at the different elements of controls, the licence assessment process and the actions you need to take to remain compliant. The day will comprise a series…

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Foundation workshop

 Overview A general introduction to ‘Strategic’ export controls if you are new to the subject. It provides a foundation in the controls on the export and trade of Military, Dual Use, WMD and Human Rights goods, software and technology and how to apply for a Licence. Topics covered will include: Why have controls? What’s controlled?…

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Introduction to Export Licensing Controls

Overview This course looks at the very important area of Export Controls on goods leaving the United Kingdom. It covers the export of both military and dual-use goods plus software and technology. In this course the procedures for getting a licence and the different types will be explained. Also, what the categories for licences are…

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US companies sidestep Huawei export ban

Home » Export Control Profession: News US companies are trying to circumnavigate restrictions preventing trade with Huawei. Huawei has recently been placed on an ‘entry list’ ban, preventing goods or parts with US origin being traded with the Chinese tech giant. Huawei has been accused of trying to export Chinese surveillance into Western markets through…

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3rd-4th October 2019 WorldECR Export Controls & Sanctions Forum 2019

8 Fenchurch Place, London, United Kingdom Understand the key challenges in international export controls compliance. Learn how to make your company compliant with current export controls & sanctions. The Forum brings together export and trade compliance professionals, legal practitioners, professionals from government, NGOs and academia, in a collaborative environment for discussion and the sharing of…

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