Trade Regulation & Facilitation – Hosted by the Supply Chain and Legal Committees

Lim Teck Leong, Deputy Director-General (Policy & Facilitation), Singapore Customs

Venue : Stamford American Auditorium (AmCham Office, 1 Scotts Rd, #23-03 Shaw Centre)

Date : April 05, 2016

Time : 7:45 AM - 9:00 AM

Price : $0.00

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Singapore Customs Deputy Director-General Lim Teck Leong will describe the philosophy that Singapore Customs adopts in its work. He will also provide an overview of customs regulations and functions and survey international developments in the business-critical area of customs.  With twin responsibilities for customs policy and facilitation in Southeast Asia's premier shipping hub, Deputy Director-General Lim brings important insight into Singapore Customs' positions on trade issues and the latest news in the international customs arena. He will also describe the impact of Free Trade Agreements on the customs function in Singapore.

The session will end with a Q&A discussion with Deputy Director-General Lim sharing more insights on other related issues.

Mr Lim Teck Leong
Deputy Director-General (Policy & Facilitation)
Singapore Customs

Lim Teck Leong  is currently the  Deputy  Director-General (Policy  & Facilitation) cum  the  Senior  Assistant  Director-General  (Trade)  in  Singapore  Customs. He is also covering the role of Assistant Director-General (Policy & Planning).

As Senior Assistant Director-General (Trade), he oversees all customs matters relating to trade regulation, facilitation and supply chain security, so as to make trade easy, fair and secure.  In his capacity as Assistant Director-General (Policy & Planning), he  has  oversight  over  the  corporate  planning,  policy  setting,  organization  development and corporate communications in Singapore Customs.

Lim Teck Leong has been involved in a wide spectrum of customs work, ranging from policy reviews, free trade agreement negotiations, business process engineering to operational work.

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