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Compliance Enables Success

International Trade Performance in an Age of

Geopolitics, Export Controls, and Sanctions

Geopolitics drive trade policies and enforcement and change trade compliance content and consequences. From the supply chains to matters of (re-)export. As a responsible manager, you must adapt your organization to this new normal.

Eventus supports you preventively and reactively in particularly sensitive trade compliance issues, from OFAC compliance to dual use or defense trade export controls (EAR/BIS, ITAR/DDTC, EU,…) as well as supply chain compliance.


Thanks to our strategic U.S. partner RSB International and its global network, we work seamlessly with the world's leading law firms and lobbying groups, from London to Washington D.C.

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Delivering True Trade Compliance Value

We navigate corporations through export (controls), sanctions, and other geopolitical trade concerns. Where others despair, we develop legally sound and economically rational solutions – with acumen, global relations, and a hint of a smile.

Our Experts for Your Success

We have lawyers and other professionals (such as investigators) trained in U.S. and EU sanctions, export, and supply chain compliance issues. In order to take on critical functions for you:
- Due diligence surveys and reports
- Employee training and seminars 
- Trade compliance program development/improvement
- Incident Management 


Our leading export and sanctions lawyer, Mag.iur. Olivier Scherlofsky is an external OSCE Expert for U.S. and EU Sanctions/Export Controls as well as a member of the Association of Certified Sanctions Specialists (ACSS). Through its Advisory Board and Affiliate Members, the ACSS is shaped by and working for the compliance departments of some of the world's leading corporations and consulting firms:"Financial institutions, international corporations, law firms, consulting companies, government and other trades and businesses depend on the ACSS to assist them with their sanctions compliance needs.

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