Season 1, Episode 63
Hosted by: Deepesh Patel, Editor, Trade Finance Global
Featuring: Spencer Chilvers, Head of Export Control Policy, Rolls-Royce
The legal and regulatory regimes around sanctions regulation continues to change. The UK’s domestic agenda has changed since its withdrawal from the EU, US-Russian tensions continue to escalate following cyber-attacks and voting interference, and EU-China relations continue to deteriorate, following the human rights incidents.
Reporting Export Incidents, whether on a voluntary or involuntary basis, as well as investigating non-compliance in relation to trade finance operations, is of huge importance to multinationals, banks and policy makers. With that in mind, Spencer Chilvers, Head of Export Control Policy, Rolls-Royce to discuss export controls, the current sanctions environment, and the future, on Trade Finance Talks!
In this podcast by Trade Finance Global and Spencer Chilvers, we discuss:
- Brief overview of how Mr. Spencer Chilvers came to position as Head of Export Control Policy at Rolls-Royce
- Explaning the process of strategic export controls
- How are export incidents investigated?
- Why would Rolls Royce consider submitting voluntary disclosures under UK and US export control or sanctions requirements?
- The EU has a new dual-use regulation that will come into force shortly. What are the main takeaways from this new regulation?
- As the UK transitions into a post-Brexit economy, how are the exports being impacted?
- There are growing concerns about human rights issues namely around the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises – how does this impact sanctions compliance?
- In an increasingly polarised world, where are export controls going?
Register to City & Financial Global: Virtual Summit on the New Global Sanctions Regime taking place on the 12th of July of 2021 here.