New York, NY / Havana, Cuba (PRWEB) February 19, 2015
Momentum is pleased to announce its alliance with The Association of Caribbean Corporate Counsel as a Strategic Association Partner on the upcoming U.S.-Cuba Corporate Counsel Summit. An essential guide to navigating the legal and regulatory challenges facing US organizations entering the Cuban Market, Momentum and the Association of Caribbean Corporate Counsel are delighted to offer an event that will feature presentations by senior legal counsel, regulatory and chief compliance officers representing major US and multi-national corporations, expert outside counsel, US-Cuba trade experts, Cuban trade missions and European counsel who possess the on-the-ground expertise, knowledge and experience into how to best pilot this transitional environment.
Featuring participation on each panel by in-house “provocateurs” that will guide and shape the discussion from the perspective of US companies seeking to enter the local market, each session on the program will also feature perspectives from local subject matter experts drawing lessons from European and Asian companies already operating in Cuba.
Attendees of the U.S.-Cuba Corporate Counsel Summit will receive a detailed strategic roadmap on how to best navigate the local legal and regulatory environment as well as access to a key network of regional insiders who will equip them with the knowledge and cultural insights necessary to enable your organization to chart a path to success.
Key themes to be addressed at the U.S. – Cuba Corporate Counsel Summit will include:
- An introduction to the Cuban legal system and regulatory structure
- Insights for navigating the rapidly changing legal framework governing Cuban relations and business relationships
- Practical insights for effectively dealing with Cuban regulatory agencies
- An overview of the competitive landscape and risk factors when entering Cuba
- A primer on Cuban financial markets and remittances
- Preparing to enter the Cuban market: What are the key Cuban regulations per vertical market?
- Insights into the local Cuban culture: What’s acceptable and what’s not.
Featuring presentations and insight from trade experts including :
Gustavo Arnavat, Senior Advisor, Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
John S. Kavulich, President , U.S. - Cuba Trade and Economic Council, Inc.
Daniel S. Pelino, General Manager, Global Public Sector IBM Corporation
Rolando Anillo, Corporate Counsel , Florida Crystals Corporation
J. Scott Maberry,Partner, Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP
Jennifer Maki, International Trade Compliance Senior Counsel , UTC Building & Industrial Systems (BIS)
More information can be found at http://momentumevents.com/cuba-counsel