We can carry out gap analysis between your existing policies and procedures and those which are necessary to minimise unforseen delays and cost overruns arising from poor compliance planning, which may also result in criminal breaches of export control regulations.
We can draft new, tailored compliance plans, policies and procedures and advise on and support implementation to assure compliance with the export control regulations relevant to your business.
We can assess your goods and technical data against control lists and advise on the applicable controls, not just in the US and UK but in many countries around the world to cater for rapidly expanding supply chains and the need to transfer goods and data.
Sanctions imposed by, amongst others, the United Nations, the European Union and the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) of the United States Department of the Treasury are a powerful tool used in an effort to influence the behaviour of regimes and individuals whose conduct is deemed politically unacceptable. Financial sanctions can prohibit the direct or indirect provision of economic benefit to a host of entities, in certain cases regardless of the actual location of either the provider or the beneficiary. Trade sanctions similarly regulate the direct or indirect supply of goods or services.
David Hayes Export Controls has extensive experience in providing practical advice to both companies and individuals impacted by these controls and has assisted both UK/EU companies and expatriate individuals in this area.