Building a resilient and compliant supply chain - Join our Global Trade virtual event on 10 December 3.00pm (CET) - Tax and Legal blog

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Join our upcoming Global Trade virtual event: Building a resilient and compliant supply chain on Thursday, 10 December at 3.00pm (CET).

About the virtual event:

In a post-COVID-19 world, building resilience has become a key challenge.

Supply Chain and Trade Compliance have recently come under the spotlight due to the pandemic and there is a lot of speculations surrounding how they need to adapt in the future. Whilst productivity has been a big driver of supply chain strategies in the past, transformations are now being driven by digitisation, sustainability, customisation, and regionalisation.

Despite the pandemic, globalisation continues to open up countless opportunities in oversea markets. Alongside these opportunities, far-reaching regulatory compliance requirements affect multinational businesses - in particular in times of trade wars, regional instabilities and changes to the supply chain due to the global pandemic. How can organisations mitigate these compliance risks through an adequate and effective compliance setup?

Join us as we explore how companies are building resilience & compliance in their supply chains based on the 4 key pillars of: visibility, collaboration, flexibility and control, while completing the picture through discussions around best practice in trade compliance.

Our speakers:

  • Peter Vickers: Building supply chain resilience
  • Philipp Weber-Lortsch: Trade Compliance as part of a resilient supply chain
  • Hevin Demir: Head of Global Trade Advisory

Register for the Global Trade event here.  


If you would like to discuss more on this topic, please reach out to our key contacts below.


Key contacts

Peter Vickers 110x110

Peter Vickers - Director, Supply Chain Mangement

Peter is a Director with Deloitte Consulting in Zurich focussed on driving operational performance improvement in the Consumer and Industrial Products sectors. His career spans both Industry and Consulting.  Peter started his career in the Chemicals industry with roles in R&D, Product Management and Operations. He joined PRTM Management Consultants after his MBA and has helped his clients in the Industrial Product and Energy sectors achieve measurable, double-digit cost and cycle-time improvements. His most recent role was as Productivity and Cost Leader at GE Power Services where he was leading a cross-functional program to improve costs in service operations including planning, parts supply and field force productivity.



Hevin Demir - Director, Global Trade Advisory

Hevin is Director with a legal background (attorney at law) and she is head of Deloitte Switzerland’s Customs & Global Trade Practice. She gained experience in various customs topics in consultancy as well as industry for many years. Her focus is on utilizing free trade agreements and obtaining efficiency and transparency by automation of customs and compliance processes.


Philipp Weber-Lortsch 110x110

Philipp Weber-Lortsch - Senior Manager, Global Trade Advisory

Philipp is an international trade lawyer specialized in all matters of trade compliance with a specific focus on international sanctions, embargos and export controls on the one hand and customs matters on the other hand. He regularly designs, reviews and optimizes (Trade) Compliance Management Systems (CMS) including Business Partner Due Diligence (BPDD/ CDD) processes based on international standards.



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