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Risk management standard ISO 31000

ISO 31000 is the acknowledged international standard for managing risk. It is applicable to all organizations, regardless of type, size, activities and location, and covers all types of risk. It was developed by a range of stakeholders and is intended for use by anyone who manages risks, not just professional risk managers.

The standard helps organizations develop a risk management strategy to effectively identify and mitigate risks, thereby enhancing the likelihood of achieving their objectives and increasing the protection of their assets. Its overarching goal is to develop a risk management culture where employees and stakeholders are aware of the importance of monitoring and managing risk.

Sources 

"Managing customs risk and compliance: an integrated approach" by Professor David Widdowson, World Customs Journal

International Organization for Standardization

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Four common misconceptions in the relationship between importers and customs brokers
16-06-2022

Importers often try to avoid customs clearance processes, relying entirely on the customs broker. On the one hand, the broker is a customs expert, possesses relevant experience and, ultimately, receives a commission for his/her work. It seems that the importer should not be involved in the processes managed by the customs broker. On the other hand, such self-exclusion can result in very unpleasant financial and reputational consequences. This article considers the most common misconceptions of importers in cooperation with customs brokers, which cause losses for both sides.

Peter Mitchell

compliance and risk management
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Four common misconceptions in the relationship between importers and customs brokers
16-06-2022

Importers often try to avoid customs clearance processes, relying entirely on the customs broker. On the one hand, the broker is a customs expert, possesses relevant experience and, ultimately, receives a commission for his/her work. It seems that the importer should not be involved in the processes managed by the customs broker. On the other hand, such self-exclusion can result in very unpleasant financial and reputational consequences. This article considers the most common misconceptions of importers in cooperation with customs brokers, which cause losses for both sides.

Peter Mitchell

compliance and risk management
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Customs clearance in the EU: basics for the container shipping and logistics industry
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Customs Knowledge Institute

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Customs clearance in the EU: basics for the container shipping and logistics industry
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Who is responsible for customs compliance? or When everyone is responsible - no one is!
30-04-2022

Reader‘s question: We are a medium-sized EU manufacturing company. We import and export goods, and customs clearance is handled by customs agents. We are going to set up our own customs warehouse, apply for the AEO status and obtain authorisations for customs simplifications. We have also faced restrictions in regard to the sanctions imposed on Russia and Belarus. The question is, who in the company should be responsible for fulfilling the customs requirements and complying with them so that customs-related processes run smoothly?

Enrika Naujokė

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Who is responsible for customs compliance? or When everyone is responsible - no one is!
30-04-2022

Reader‘s question: We are a medium-sized EU manufacturing company. We import and export goods, and customs clearance is handled by customs agents. We are going to set up our own customs warehouse, apply for the AEO status and obtain authorisations for customs simplifications. We have also faced restrictions in regard to the sanctions imposed on Russia and Belarus. The question is, who in the company should be responsible for fulfilling the customs requirements and complying with them so that customs-related processes run smoothly?

Enrika Naujokė

compliance and risk management
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Customs risk and the business: risk by functions
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Customs compliance means compliance with legal rules and procedures applicable to goods brought into or taken out of the customs territory.

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Customs (trade) compliance
06-02-2022

Customs compliance means compliance with legal rules and procedures applicable to goods brought into or taken out of the customs territory.

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