Russia’s export controls: what you need to know27 May 2020 Price: £75.00
In this 40-minute webinar, Moscow-based Baker & McKenzie partner Alexander Bychkov presents on key elements of Russia’s export control regime, walking participants through recent developments and tools and illustrating with reference to specific developments.
By the end of the session, viewers will have a clear understanding of:
- Russia’s export control system: an overview
- Procedures and requirements to export controlled dual-use items
- Import controls
- FSTEC practices
- Russia’s peculiarity: the system of import clearance for encrypted goods and technologies
Alexander Bychkov is the co-head of Baker & McKenzie’s CIS Tax Practice Group and the head of the CIS International Trade and Customs group, which includes professionals working in the Moscow, St Petersburg, Kyiv and Almaty offices. In addition, he is a member of the Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare group. Since 2006 he has been consistently recognised as one of the leading professionals in the tax field within Russia and across the CIS. His practice is recognised by Chambers and International Tax Review.
Bychkov focuses his practice on advising local and multinational clients on tax, customs, currency and general commercial matters, with a particular emphasis on Russian direct and indirect tax advice, distribution structuring, customs regulatory matters, product valuation and classification, international trade compliance, import and export control requirements and sanctions, WTO and anti-dumping issues, and tax/customs dispute resolution (including representation of clients in related criminal investigations).BUY THIS WEBINAR