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China in December adopted its first omnibus legislation governing export controls. This represented a strategic pivot for a country whose trade controls have traditionally relied on a patchwork of import and export provisions. How will the country's new export control regime impact foreign companies seeking to export from China? What impact will controls have on trade and supply chains? How will the extraterritoriality provisions of the law be implemented? Has there been any movement on the unreliable entities list?


AmCham Shanghai is pleased to present a seminar on Chinese export controls. David Pan, Partner, Head of Corporate & Compliance Service Group at LLinks Law, will first introduce China's Export Control Law and MOFCOM Order No. 1 Rules on Counteracting Unjustified Extra-territorial Application of Foreign Legislation and Other Measures. Next, Johnny Xie, Managing Director of Export Controls and Sanctions at FTI Consulting, will give a training on strategies for company compliance with these laws as well as for what's coming down the pipeline.


Finally, a panel with Carol Huang, Head of Export Controls and Customs, East Asia at Siemens Healthineers; Bryce Wu, Asia Pacific Trade Compliance Director at Dell Technologies; Christal Shi, Export Compliance Manager at Qualcomm China; and Lillian Wang, Trade Compliance Specialist at Analog Devices; and moderated by Paul Marks, Executive Chairman and CEO, Argosy International Inc., will discuss the impacts these new trade controls will have on American businesses in the high-technology sector.


The seminar will cover:

  • China's Export Control Law, which came into effect December 1, 2020
  • MOFCOM Order No. 1 of 2021 on Rules on Counteracting Unjustified Extra-Territorial Application of Foreign Legislation and Other Measures, released January 9, 2021
  • The Unreliable Entities List
  • MNC compliance strategies for these laws
  • The business impact of China's new export controls regime


Coffee and a light breakfast will be served. This session is targeted at MNC export and trade compliance departments, in-house counsels, government affairs professionals, and country managers.

Agenda

8:45 AM - 9 AM
Registration and Networking
9 AM - 9:50 AM
Export Control Law, MOFCOM Order No.1, and What’s Coming Down the Pipeline
9:50 AM - 10:40 AM
Compliance Training: How Should Companies Respond to China’s New Export Control Regime?
10:40 AM - 11 AM
Coffee Break
11 AM - 12 PM
Panel: Export Control Regime from the Perspective of the Companies

Speakers

  • Johnny Xie (Managing Director of FTI Consulting (China) Ltd.)

    Johnny Xie

    Managing Director of FTI Consulting (China) Ltd.

    Johnny Xie is a Managing Director in the Export Controls and Sanctions offering in the Forensics and Litigation Consulting segment of FTI and he is based in Shanghai. Johnny is an expert in export controls, economic sanctions, international trade strategy, and customs affairs.

    With respect to export controls and economic sanctions, Johnny is one of the earliest pioneers and the most experienced professionals in China. In 2006, he managed the first large-scale proliferation and prevention workshop for China Customs – the key export controls enforcement body in China where American and Chinese professionals worked together and during which over 200 China Customs officers received export controls training. During this time, Johnny also received his International Export Controls certificate from the Center for International Trade and Security (CITS) at the University of Georgia.

    With a solid understanding of multilateral export control regimes, as well as the U.S. export control system, Johnny has been actively engaged for more than 12 years in helping China’s regulatory bodies and trade communities develop and improve their export and trade control policies, regulatory implementation, enforcement mechanisms, and compliance practices. Johnny regularly assists companies with their trade compliance strategic reviews, export control and sanctions audits, and internal controls program development. Both multi-national companies and domestic Chinese companies benefit from his services that are recognized as systematic, practical, and useful.

    Johnny began his career with China Customs where he worked for 11 years. During his time, he was instrumental in forging cooperation agreements at the multinational level including the World Trade Organization (WTO), the World Customs Organization (WCO), and several United Nations entities. Johnny has a deep understanding of extensive customs procedures and formalities. From HS classification to valuation and duty mitigation strategies, Johnny’s customs expertise is a benefit to clients across multiple industries.

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  • Christal Shi (Export Compliance Manager at Qualcomm China)

    Christal Shi

    Export Compliance Manager at Qualcomm China

    Christal Shi is the Export Compliance Manager supporting Qualcomm China. Before joining Qualcomm, Christal had worked for Collins Aerospace, Oracle, and General Motors. She has more than 13 years of experience in trade compliance management and export controls supporting Asia Pacific region in various industries.

    Christal received her education at the University of Georgia with a Master’s in Public Administration and MBA from Hogeschool van Amsterdam. She also holds a Bachelor’s in Public Administration from Dong Hua University.

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  • Bryce Wu (Asia Pacific Trade Compliance Director of Dell Technologies)

    Bryce Wu

    Asia Pacific Trade Compliance Director of Dell Technologies

    Joined to Dell Technologies in Jan 2017, Bryce currently is the Asia Pacific Trade Compliance Director managing a team of 30+ trade compliance professionals across the region. Prior to this role, Bryce worked in United Technologies Corporation as the Asia International Trade Compliance (ITC) Director for the Building & Industrial System (BIS), who was the first full time ITC resource in APAC region, covers Otis Elevator and CCS (Climate, Controls and Security) businesses. Bryce was also the first full time trade compliance profession in Honeywell for its Automation and Control Solutions (ACS) in Asia, in where he created & stabilized the Asia Pacific trade compliance organization. Bryce was recognized as one of the “first generation” in-house trade compliance practitioners in China who started his full-time trade compliance role 15 years ago with prior logistics and supply chain working experience. Bryce holds a bachelor degree and an MBA degree, he is also a certified Lean & Six Sigma Black Belt.

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  • Ying (Carol) Huang (Head of Export Control and Customs, East Asia at Siemens Healthineers)

    Ying (Carol) Huang

    Head of Export Control and Customs, East Asia at Siemens Healthineers

    Carol Huang is currently the Head of Export Control and Customs of East Asia for Siemens Healthineers Ltd, covering Greater China, Korea and Japan. She has over 20 years’ experience in different areas including commercial, logistics, supply chain management and trade compliance for different industries. Since 2011, Carol Huang has been fully engaged in Export Control and Customs compliance in Siemens for Healthcare industry. She has abundant theoretical basis and practical experience in solving critical trade compliance issues and leading trade compliance program implementation.

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  • David Pan (Partner, Head of Corporate & Compliance Service Group at Llinks)

    David Pan

    Partner, Head of Corporate & Compliance Service Group at Llinks

    Dr. David Pan obtained his LL.M. from Harvard Law School, and his Doctor of Jurisprudence from Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Dr. Pan was admitted to practice law in 2002. He is also admitted in New York State, USA.

    Prior to joining Llinks, Dr. Pan has practiced law in China and in the U.S. over 18 years. He accumulated an in-depth knowledge on Chinese and international business culture and legal systems. Dr. Pan has once worked in two well-known Chinese law firms, and most recently worked for a Fortune 500 Company as its General Counsel for Greater China. In addition to his corporate services such as mergers and acquisitions, joint venture, technology license etc., Dr. Pan specializes in various compliance matters including anti-trust, anti-corruption, cyber security and data protection. The clients that he represented spread over various industries, including auto, investment, energy, pharmaceutical, chemical, medical, food, advanced manufacturing, sports and entertainment, retail and consumer, real estate.

    Based on his thorough understanding on business operations, Dr. Pan also specializes in providing companies practical solution-oriented services in the regulatory compliance areas. He has advised well-known pharmaceutical, healthcare, education, professional service, tourism, advanced manufacturing, high-tech, retail and manufacture businesses in adopting, adapting and implementing antitrust and anti-corruption compliance programs in China, internal training, conducting internal investigations and dealing with external investigations, crisis management, and third party relationship management tactics.

    In the early 2000s, Dr. Pan started to represent MNCs in data and cyber security related legal matters, such as offshore server, log records storage and filing, personal data collection and use, data integrity, centralized data process, differentiation between trade secrets and state secrets etc. In the course of handling these cases, Dr. Pan gained solid practical experiences in this field.

    Dr. Pan is recommended by ALB, Chambers, Legal500, LEGALBAND, Who’s Who Legal as China Leading Lawyer in field of Corporate, Compliance, Antitrust and Competition, Cybersecurity and Data Privacy.

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  • Paul Marks (CEO of Argosy (Shanghai) Aerospace Material Ltd.)

    Paul Marks

    CEO of Argosy (Shanghai) Aerospace Material Ltd.

    Paul Marks founded Argosy in 1988. Argosy is now the leading supplier of advanced composite materials and related supplies to the aerospace and composites industries throughout Asia. The company, with headquarters in New York and facilities located throughout the US, Asia and Europe, manufactures aluminum honeycomb products in a joint venture with Xian Aircraft Company. Argosy has a partnership with ACC to manufacturer aramid honeycomb core in China. Argosy distributes both aluminum and aramid honeycomb products to the global marketplace. Argosy provides honeycomb kits from its Huntsville, Alabama facility. Argosy also blends, under license from AKZO NOBEL, aerospace coatings and provides comprehensive logistics services worldwide.

    Mr. Marks is chairperson of the boards of Argosy International Inc. and its six global subsidiaries as well as Argosy’s joint venture, Argosy XAC Composite Materials Ltd., and a member of the board of directors of Argosy Fung Lee Industrial Company, Ltd.

    Mr. Marks is a Member of the Board of Advisors of Charlestown Capital Advisors, LLC, where he advises Charlestown Capital on investments in manufacturing companies.

    Mr. Marks is also a member of the American Chamber of Commerce, Shanghai, where he is chairperson emeritus of the Chamber's Export Compliance Working Group. He is a member of SAMPE (Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering) and on the boards of SAMPE China as well as the SAMPE Foundation, which supports the educational needs of the next generation of material scientists and engineers. Mr. Marks is a founding member of and frequently serves as a session chairperson of the “International Forum on Composite Material Applications for Large Commercial Aircraft” sponsored by the Chinese Society of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Mr. Marks is also a trustee of Bates College, a coeducational, nationally ranked college of the liberal arts and sciences in Lewiston, Maine.

    Mr. Marks did graduate work in Asian studies at Columbia University, National Taiwan Political University, and Chinese language studies at Beijing Foreign Language Institute and National Taiwan Normal University. His undergraduate degree is in Chinese history from Bates College. Mr. Marks is fluent in Chinese (Mandarin). He currently resides with his wife in both Shanghai and New York.

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  • Lillian Wang (Trade Compliance Specialist at Analog Devices (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.)

    Lillian Wang

    Trade Compliance Specialist at Analog Devices (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.

    Lillian Wang is Trade Compliance Specialist from Analog Devices based in China. Before Joining ADI, Lillian having spent the last 12 years with Element14 in both logistic and trade compliance functions, supervising and maintaining compliance programs in China, Hong Kong, Singapore and ANZ.

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Venue

AmCham Shanghai Conference Center (Xintiandi)

27F, Infinitus Tower

No.168 Hubin Road, Huangpu District
新天地湖滨路168号无限极大厦27楼

Shanghai, China

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