Webinar: How to Identify Potential Chinese Military End Users Using Public Data
Time: 1:00 PM EST
Length: 60 Minutes
U.S. regulators have emphasized the risks of doing business with Chinese military-industrial complex companies, including the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security with its updated Military End User guidance. But identifying potential Chinese military end users poses a challenge for export control and due diligence teams.
Join Sayari Senior Analyst Alex Bate and VP of Content Jessica Abell to walk through three specific techniques for identifying potential Chinese military end users using public records:
- How to determine whether a Chinese company is owned by an entity on the NS-CMIC, Section 1237, Section 1260H, BIS Military End User or other watchlist
- How to assess whether a Chinese company has investment from high-risk, government-led military-civil fusion investment funds
- How to determine whether a Chinese company is located at a military innovation zone, and why innovation zones matter
This class is ideal for anyone who:
- Focuses on export controls, trade compliance, or global KYC/due diligence
- Wants to mitigate regulatory risk posed by Chinese military-industrial complex companies
- Wants to learn how to better leverage public data to identify high-risk companies in China
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