To teach you the secrets of importers, the Center for Global Best Practices will host a pioneering program entitled, “Best Practices Guide on How to Import Goods to the Philippines” scheduled on Monday, January 20, 2020 at the EDSA Shangri-La Hotel, Mandaluyong City, Philippines.
The lecture will include an easy step-by-step guide on the intricacies in dealing with the Bureau of Customs, import license issues, entry processes and procedures, compliance and documentary requirements, solving the technicalities, frequently encountered issues at Customs, and many more.
This training will feature, Atty. Ferdinand “Randy” Nague, who is the author of the Handbook on the Tariff and Customs Code of the Philippines and the Customs Brokers Act of 2004,” and “The Customs Modernization and Tariff Act of 2016/ 2019 edition”.
He was one of the customs experts hired towards the compliance and accession of the Philippines to the International Convention on the Simplification and Harmonization of Customs Procedures otherwise known as the Revised Kyoto Convention (RKC). He was also hired by the USAID as one of its consultants and technical experts who drafted and finalized the Republic Act No. 10863 or the Customs Modernization and Tariff Act (CMTA).
He is the immediate past president of the Chamber of Customs Brokers, Inc. (CCBI) and presently the managing partner of Nague Malic Magnawa& Associates Customs Broker.
Registration is open to the general public. CGBP is accredited by the Civil Service Commission. Attendees from the government can earn points for their career advancement and are exempted from the P2,000 limit when attending training conducted by the private sector based on DBM circular 563 dated April 22, 2016.
Interested participants are encouraged to avail of the early registration savings and group discount for 3 or more attendees. Seats are limited and pre-registration is required.
Check www.cgbp.org for a complete list of other International Trade Programs or call landlines in Manila (+63 2) 8842-7148/ 59 and (+63 2) 8556-8968/ 69, in Baguio (+63 74) 423-2914, and in Cebu (+63 32) 512-3106 or 07.