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Recordkeeping: Good, Better, Best Practices

  • DateSeptember 29, 2021
  • Time1:00 PM EDT
  • Duration1.5 hours
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About this Webinar

Keeping accurate accounting records and maintaining regulatory compliance is essential in helping your business to develop sound business plans and support key business decisions.  Our senior trade expert, Jamie Adams, will review the basics of Recordkeeping for all documents and reports related to global imports and exports with an emphasis on U.S. import and export regulations.

Jamie will also discuss a variety of recordkeeping methodologies from good basic paper-focused solutions to automated best practices which could save you time on manual accounting corrections, avoiding potential records management fines and penalties, and may help to lower your operating costs.

Subjects covered in this session:

  • A basic overview of recordkeeping regulations
  • Requirements for paper-focused documents, maintenance and timelines
  • A review of the U.S. electronic records requirements
  • Scanning and electronic storage solutions
  • Tools for best practice records management

Who Should Attend?

Employees of multinational corporations with significant number of imports and exports are encouraged to attend this webcast.

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Our experts

Jamie R. Adams: Director, Global Trade Consulting

As Director, Global Trade Consulting, Jamie Adams is responsible for assessing the trade compliance needs of clients and prospects and outlining the solutions and services to help them meet their objectives.

With over 20 years’ experience in multi-national importer/exporters, Jamie’s expertise includes: the assessment of trade risks and opportunities for optimization; full end-to-end process mapping; supply chain data analytics for increased efficiency and cost minimization and cycle-time reduction.

A Licensed Customs Broker Mr. Adams also taught international business and brokerage exam prep courses at Austin Community College. Mr. Adams has a BA in Art History from Arizona State University and an MBA in International Business from Western International University.

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