ACSS Benelux Chapter
Challenges & Best Practices in Export Licensing
Thu, 23 Nov 2023
- Richard de Jong, CDIU
Come join us for the next event of the ACSS Benelux Chapter, hosted by Deloitte.
This event will feature a star keynote from the Dutch export authority – Centrale Dienst voor In- en Uitvoer (CDIU) – addressing us on the challenges and best practices in export licensing, followed by a chance for Q&A from the audience. In addition to exporters, our topic is also highly relevant for financial institutions who are conducting due diligence on their exporting clients and whether, or not, they would be involved in the financing of exports of controlled goods.
As usual, the event will conclude with a chance to connect with your colleagues over a few drinks and nibbles.
Don’t miss it!
- 17:30 – 18:00: Welcome & Registration
- 18:00 – 18:15: Welcome from ACSS Executive Director – Saskia Rietbroek / Update from the Benelux Chapter Chair – Maarten Rijssenbeek of Deloitte.
- 18:15 – 18:45: Keynote from Richard de Jong, CDIU
- 18:45 – 19:00: Q&A time with the CDIU
- 19:00 – 20:30: Networking over drinks and hors d’oeuvres
This is a wonderful opportunity to share knowledge as well as ask our expert those burning questions in an informal setting.
Hope to see you there!
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She is a frequent speaker in English, Spanish and Dutch on a variety of ﬁnancial crime topics.
She earned law degrees from Leiden University (Netherlands) and Universidad La Católica (Lima, Peru), and was admitted to the Lima Bar Association. She also holds an international MBA from Florida International University. She speaks ﬂuent Dutch, English and Spanish, as well as basic German.
Partner of the Forensic & Financial Crime team
Maarten focuses on assisting clients with financial crime challenges. He participates in and drives the wider debate on bringing the (inter)national financial crime framework to the next maturity level, e.g. facilitating public/private and private/private cooperation.
As a prosecutor, Maarten investigated and prosecuted several high profile fraud, corruption and money laundering cases.
From 2013-2019, Maarten was the national coordinating prosecutor for terrorist financing in the Netherlands. In this role, he cofounded and chaired an interagency partnership and a public-private partnership against terrorism financing within the Dutch Financial Expertise Centre (FEC). He was also closely involved in the creation of a public-private partnership against serious crime and money laundering.
Maarten has been a member of the Dutch FATF delegation and a visiting lecturer on terrorist financing and sanctions at Leiden University.