Making Your Risk Assessment a Raging Success
Risk: It might feel like you’ve spent the past 18 months thinking about it, responding to it, and scouring the headlines for clues about the next form it will take. But has your formal risk assessment kept up with the times? How can you get the resources you need to conduct an assessment, and how can you make sure the time you invest is time well spent? Join our virtual event with Beth Pride and Gabrielle Griffith from BPE Global and learn how to:
- Plan an effective assessment and get the buy-in and resources you need.
- Pinpoint the best strategies for data collection, report writing, and leveraging outside resources.
- Create dynamic assessment reports and present to executives so they hear you.
- Turn your report into an action plan that drives results.
Beth Pride, President, BPE Global
As the president of BPE Global, Beth Pride brings 30+ years of operational expertise in global trade and international logistics to assist BPE Global clients to develop their global trade strategy and implement a strong global trade posture. Beth offers subject matter expertise in export licensing applications and management, product control classification, Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) development and the development of policies and procedures, including Export Management and Compliance Program design. Beth has experience in import operations, export operations, brokerage, and the development and maintenance of global supply chain security programs. Beth has extensive experience in establishing global trade compliance organizations, developing global trade strategy and defining and implementing global trade automation solutions. Beth’s Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) clients have achieved C-TPAT Tier-3 status.
Gabrielle offers a unique perspective, having worked in-house within public, private, and government sectors. She understands the challenges an organization faces from multiple facets and builds and implements effective trade compliance programs by addressing improvements within organizations’ people, processes, and systems. In the area of U.S. export controls, Gabrielle advises clients on compliance with the International Traffic in Arms Regulations, the U.S. Export Administration Regulations, and the various embargo and sanctions programs administered by the Office of Foreign Asset Controls. On import compliance matters, Gabrielle advises on classification, country of origin, special duty programs such as USMCA, focused assessments, C-TPAT, antidumping/countervailing duty as well as Section 232 and 301 matters.