Avalon specializes in the logistics industry – it’s all we do and it shows.
We stay ahead of the curve on industry changes and the risks you face as a result.
We're proud to participate in this webinar and communicate updates on the issues
that affect you.
About The Webinar
NEI Webinar Series – Export Regulatory Changes & Compliance
Are you up to date on forthcoming export regulatory changes? How will they impact the export enforcement landscape?
Hear Keith Sanchez from Avalon Risk Management and Paulette Kolba, Chair of the NCBFAA Export Compliance Sub-Committee,
discuss the latest in export regulatory changes, the current enforcement landscape, a review of sample export violation claims and
how you can best protect yourself from export violations. Keith and Paulette will also review best practices for an export compliance
program to manage your business.
About Your Presenters
Keith Sanchez, Divisional Vice President
Avalon Risk Management
Keith is a founding member and partner of Avalon Risk Management, a premier provider of insurance and surety solutions for the
international trade and transportation community. Keith has over 25 years’ experience in the financial services industry with focus
on specialty coverage for international trade and logistics providers. He serves as Treasurer of the Foreign Trade Association of
Southern California, past President of the Harbor Transportation Club, and active member of NCBFAA, LACBFFA, Women in International
Trade (WIT), and past instructor for trade courses at the California State University in Long Beach.
Paulette Kolba, Export Compliance Consultant
Paulette is a seasoned freight forwarding and NVOCC
professional with over 30 years’ experience working for global forwarding organizations specializing in U.S. Export Controls and Federal
Maritime Commission regulatory requirements. She is Chair of the NCBFAA Export Compliance Sub-Committee and actively engaged with the
NCBFAA Transportation Committee.
Date & Time
Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012
12:30-1:30 p.m. EST
NCBFAA Members: $50
Nov. 28, 2012
Certified Export Specialist
This Seminar has been approved for 1 CES Continuing Education credit.
the NCBFAA's website
to register for this webinar.