GREG ROHLING
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GREG ROHLING Senior Trade Analyst
Greg Rohling is a senior trade analyst with Georgetown Economic Service (GES).  Greg has extensive experience developing global trade compliance programs from the ground up, and reviewing and revising trade compliance programs that need updating.  He excels in providing answers to clients' complex day-to-day compliance questions.  He is an excellent problem solver, taking a systematic, data driven, results-oriented approach to large and small projects alike.

Greg conducts comprehensive export, sanctions and customs audits for clients in connection with program improvement, internal reviews, voluntary self-disclosures and government enforcement investigations before all of the relevant trade agencies, including Customs, Commerce, OFAC, DDTC, the U.S. Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission related to export, sanctions and foreign corrupt practices issues.  Greg has a particular expertise conducting trade compliance diligence and responding to diligence questions on both sides of trade-focused due diligence reviews in corporate acquisitions.

Greg manages some of the group’s most complex projects, from review and analysis of existing data, to establishing a scope of work, to supervising junior personnel that collect and analyze large data product classification and shipment data sets.  He also has extensive experience preparing and implementing compliance programs and assisting companies in a wide variety of industries with sanctions and export compliance matters of all types.  He has developed specialized compliance tools for use by companies in the laser and encryption software industries.  In addition to his export compliance work, Greg oversees a team of research assistants to support anti-dumping and other trade remedy cases.

Greg is a licensed customs broker.  He has experience in HTS classification, valuation, and FTA certificate compliance.

Greg is not licensed to practice law.
 

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Greg Rohling is a senior trade analyst with Georgetown Economic Service (GES).  Greg has extensive experience developing global trade compliance programs from the ground up, and reviewing and revising trade compliance programs that need updating.  He excels in providing answers to clients' complex day-to-day compliance questions.  He is an excellent problem solver, taking a systematic, data driven, results-oriented approach to large and small projects alike.

Greg conducts comprehensive export, sanctions and customs audits for clients in connection with program improvement, internal reviews, voluntary self-disclosures and government enforcement investigations before all of the relevant trade agencies, including Customs, Commerce, OFAC, DDTC, the U.S. Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission related to export, sanctions and foreign corrupt practices issues.  Greg has a particular expertise conducting trade compliance diligence and responding to diligence questions on both sides of trade-focused due diligence reviews in corporate acquisitions.

Greg manages some of the group’s most complex projects, from review and analysis of existing data, to establishing a scope of work, to supervising junior personnel that collect and analyze large data product classification and shipment data sets.  He also has extensive experience preparing and implementing compliance programs and assisting companies in a wide variety of industries with sanctions and export compliance matters of all types.  He has developed specialized compliance tools for use by companies in the laser and encryption software industries.  In addition to his export compliance work, Greg oversees a team of research assistants to support anti-dumping and other trade remedy cases.

Greg is a licensed customs broker.  He has experience in HTS classification, valuation, and FTA certificate compliance.

Greg is not licensed to practice law.