In October, MAPI held its most attended webinar of the year: Transfer Pricing & Customs Valuation. In today’s cross-border business environment, transfer pricing and U.S. Customs valuation are integral, and companies must have a clear understanding of the unique requirements of each to the business.
See the most popular content from 2017; the impact of hurricanes on the economy, infrastructure investment, encouraging diversity and inclusion in the workforce, the impacts of the GDPR, and the new language of digital.
Corporate Affairs, Corporate Communications, Operations, Information Technology, IT Policies, Risk & Compliance, Corporate Security, Risk Management
Over the past few years, we have witnessed significant changes in the regulatory landscape for manufacturers doing business in Europe. One of the biggest changes concerns the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which will come into effect on May 25, 2018.
Trade compliance professionals are used to constant change—new regulations, ever-larger potential fines, and widening ranges of sanctions. Keeping up with developments seems impossible for one person . . . how well do you know what’s going on in the world of trade?
Today’s manufacturers face many challenges in an ever expanding global market. Building and cultivating a trusted supply chain is essential to your success. Reducing cost, volatility in the supply chain, and leveraging expertise are things every company is challenged with. The 2nd Annual MAPI
The SEC’s conflict minerals rule is on the rocks, with the D.C. Circuit Court and two sitting SEC commissioners questioning its viability. Meanwhile, the SEC insists the June 2 reporting deadline stands, creating uncertainty for manufacturers.
Operations, Information Technology, IT Policies, IT Security, Risk & Compliance, Legal, Labor & Employment Practices
“Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) is the practice through which employees use their personally owned computing devices to connect to their employers’ computer networks. Companies that allow BYOD should consider adopting an effective policy providing important guidance regarding employee–employer interaction, addressing employer access, security, compliance with company policies, and geographical limitations.