Join a free webinar to learn distilled experts' insights on various customs and trade compliance topics. You'll meet four of the experts sharing their knowledge on various trade and customs compliance related topics.
Each lecturer will do a 10 min. presentation and respond questions. This is a new dense form of webinars!
The speakers of the webinar are also the trainers in an the extensive course - ‘Customs clearance and trade compliance in the EU’. We invite you to explore the course and check early bird's offer.
'AEOC authorisation management’ by Anthony Buckley, Chair of CKI Board. Obtaining AEOC status is just the first step in the process of managing AEO authorisation. Let’s consider the key elements of compliance, particularly the quality of procedures and the ability to deal with customs queries.
‘In the crossroads of managing export controls and sanctions’ by Annette Reiser, Owner of nettesglobaltrade. Expect the unexpected. Even though political decisions can all the sudden disrupt supply chains, there is a design behind export controls and sanctions. To know about might help to prepare for the unexpected and manage the damage.
‘Customs representation – the main pitfall’ by Anouck Biernaux and Evguenia Dereviankine, Attorneys at law, PARADIGMES cabinet d’avocats. Both, the direct/ indirect customs representative and the represented person have their responsibilities and liabilities. The main pitfall is not to be clear about them. So, where to draw the line - who is responsible for what?
‘Holders of customs procedures and their costly mistakes’ by Enrika Naujoke, Editor of Customs Compliance & Risk Management journal. Several holders of customs procedures can be involved in a single movement of goods, for example, holders of transit and customs warehousing procedures. When does the responsibility of one holder end and of another start? What are the risks?
Tony Buckley is a consultant, utilising his 40 years of experience as a Civil Servant in 7 Departments and a wide variety of senior management roles in policy, operations and project delivery. He was Head of the Revenue Customs Division when he...
Annette Reiser has more than 20 years of experience in customs and trade compliance. After her second law degree in Germany she started her career at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Mannheim, Germany followed by various leading positions...
Specialised in environment, customs and transport law, my experiences drove Evguenia to cover the movements and the entire life-cycles of goods, from sourcing of materials, through conception of products, their production and freight forwarding,...
Editor of Customs Compliance & Risk Management journal
Enrika is co-owner of customs brokerage company Muita UAB and editor of the monthly e-journal "Customs Law for Practitioners", which is published since 2012 in the Lithuanian language for the Lithuanian market. Using her long-term experience in...
Welcome to the Customs Knowledge Institute. We are a not-for-profit organisation established in Ireland. Our mission is to bring passionate customs practitioners together for the purpose of enhancing customs knowledge, which is still in development in many countries.
Customs is complex and non-compliance might become a huge issue. We believe people involved in customs and trade matters in their day-to-day job need to be supported, through practical training, delivered in an accessible manner.
Therefore, our fist step is cooperation on international training projects. Are you looking for training on customs for your team? Take a look at the practical courses developed by our members, or contact us today to discuss bespoke training options.