08 May 17. DSEI Strategic Conferences. The DSEI Strategic Conferences take place on Day Zero, Monday 11 September 2017. Attended by senior ranking officials and industry professionals, the 2017 programme will offer unrivalled content and networking opportunities. Discussions will centre around strategic defence, industrial policy and future programmes in the Air, Land, Maritime, Rotorcraft and Medical domains. Book before 31 May to take advantage of early bird rates.
Air Capability Conference
Sponsored by Northrup Grumman, the Air Capability Conference will evaluate Air Force fleet modernisation and the secondary platform market.
Land Capability Conference
Led by the British Army, the inaugural Land Capability Conference will assess how advances in sensors, robotics, computing and A.I. are being experienced now and hold potential for widespread disruption to military capability.
Maritime Capability Conference
Co-hosted by the Royal Navy and Department for Transport, the Maritime Capability Conference will focus on ‘The Maritime Contribution to National Prosperity.’
The Future of Military Rotorcraft
Sponsored by Leonardo, the conference will address future requirements of military rotorcraft, deployment challenges and mission equipment.
Led by Defence Medical Services (DMS), this conference will look at today’s technologies and treatment procedures and challenge convention – are we able to apply them in a different location or different clinical context?
International Military Nursing
International Military Nursing will showcase the current research activity of military nurses and the positive research culture enabled through multidisciplinary practitioners.
08 May 17. Nielsonsmith – The Compliance Conference Company.
Presents the Annual Meeting:
US Trade Controls Compliance in Europe 2017
7th and 8th of June 2017 | Le Meridian Hotel, Munich, Germany
Things have moved on since we met last year in Munich, the Obama years of Export Control Reform are coming to an end and there is a new Sherriff in town, what will happen next is on everyone’s mind. One thing for sure though is that the ITAR and EAR are still there and still catching unintentional as well as criminal acts, then punishing with eye watering fines or prison sentences.
We cannot make compliance with these regulations any easier but we do offer the only platform in Europe where you can discuss them on an informal open basis with your peers, sending you back to the office with solutions.
1. Mr. Alex Groba, Head of Customs, Export Control & Foreign Trade, MTU Aero Engines AG
2. Mr. Gary Stanley, President, Global Legal Services
3. Mr. Jasper Helder, Partner, Akin Gump LLP
4. Mr. Gert Demmink, Partner, Philip Sydney
5. Mr. Andrй Hermsen, Chief Compliance & Risk Officer, Fokker Technologies Holding B.V.
6. Mr. Keith Stronach, Head of Export Control Compliance, BAE Systems Saudi Arabia
7. Ms. Rosa Rosanelli, AIM Norway Group Chief Export Copmpliance Officer, Belgium Engine Center General Counsel
8. Ms. Susanne Mьller, Group Export Compliance Manager, OHB SE
9. Mr. Brad Kabanuk, President, Content Enablers
10. Mr. David Rogers, Deputy Head WATERGUARD Programme, UK MOD
And other respected leaders in trade compliance.
Our Event Partners:
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
Request full brochure online at: https://nielsonsmith.com/registration/
Contact Mr. Alex Terry on: +44 (0) 203 397 27 81 or email: email@example.com