Defence Exports Asia-Pacific Conference

We are delighted to announce the 2nd Defence Exports Asia-Pacific conference convening on the 11th and 12th 2015, in Singapore.

This is your opportunity to discuss and network with key government officials and industry leaders from the Asia Pacific region. Understand and utilize the latest updates on Asia Pacific export control regulations and hear about various ECR changes happening in 2015.

Due to the changes and development of controls in Asia-Pacific, industry is faced with the risk of non-compliance due to the lack of knowledge and exposure in the markets. This conference is designed to give those working in the industry the insight and tools they need to adapt to the changes, developments and establishment of export controls in the region.

At our 2nd Defence Exports Asia-Pacific conference you will gain valuable information from government officials and industry leaders on key national export control reforms and plans for regulation changes in the future.

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Defense Trade Controls Handbook - 2014

Benefits of Attending

  • Learn about individual countries’ licensing procedures and international treaties
  • Engage with senior policy makers from the Asia Pacific region
  • Understand where the industry is heading and the challenges that will be faced in the future
  • Assess the latest regulations in the Asian market
  • Hear from the smaller nations and their developments in export controls
  • Hear from industry about the challenges of regional compliance


Plus Two Interactive Post-Conference Workshops | Wednesday 13th May 2015

A: Applying ECR in the Real World
Hosted by: Gary Stanley, President, Global Legal Services
08.45 – 12.30

B: The Definition of “Specially Designed”
Hosted by: Donald Pearce, Regional Export Control Officer, U.S Department of Commerce – Bureau of Industry & Security
13.00 – 17.00


  • Ambassador Philip Griffiths, Head of Secretariat, Wassenaar Arrangement
  • Beth Ann Johnson, Director, Global Trade Management, Northrop Grumman Corporation
  • Claire Willette, Director, Strengthening Export Controls, Australian Department of Defence
  • Donald Pearce, Regional Export Control Officer, US Embassy Singapore, U.S Department of Commerce - Bureau of Industry & Security
  • Faizal Mohd Yusof, Deputy Strategic Trade Controller, Ministry Of International Trade & Industry, Malaysia
  • Gary Stanley, President, Global Legal Services
  • Harry Patel, Head of Trade Compliance - Business Systems & Global Business, Meggitt PLC
  • Hisashi Riko, Member of the Board, General Manager, CISTEC
  • Iliyana Hristev, Director of Export and Trade Compliance, QinetiQ North America
  • Jaeil Jo, Senior Researcher, Export Control Support Department, Korea Strategic Trade Insitute
  • Jay Nash, Partner and Asia Pacific Lead, Securus Strategic Trade Solutions, LLC
  • Jiaoning Xie, Former China Customs Officer and China Trade and Customs Expert, China
  • Jun Kazeki, Director, Security Export Control Policy DivisionSecurity Trade Control Division, Ministry Of Economy Trade And Industry of the Japanese Government
  • Lynn Parker, Regional Trade Compliance Manager, Asia Pacific, Rockwell Automation International Holdings LLC
  • Nancy Fischer, Partner, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
  • Sanjay Notani, Trade and Customs Expert, India
  • Sarah Blank, Manager, International Trade Compliance, Northrop Grumman Corporation

Source: ASDEvents
Date: Mar 9, 2015