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Kevin Nordin

Kevin's practice focuses on international trade compliance. He advises clients on compliance with EU and UK import matters, export controls, trade and economic sanctions, and anti-bribery and corruption issues. Kevin's experience includes advising clients on licensing applications, internal investigations and compliance audits, drafting and submitting voluntary disclosures to UK authorities, and on the development of trade and anti-bribery and corruption compliance programmes. His practice spans a number of industry sectors and includes energy and energy services, defence, aviation, pharmaceuticals and telecommunications.

On 6 December 2021, the International Trade Committee (a House of Commons Selected Committee) launched a new inquiry into the interplay between the UK’s approach to trade and its foreign policy objectives.

The inquiry will consider the extent to which the UK Government should advance its foreign policy strategy through trade agreements. It will also examine whether free trade agreements and broader trade policy can be used to promote human rights, the rules-based international order and democratic values as well as the role of a trade agreement in advancing British interests globally.