Emily Cromwell is a Director on Deloitte’s Global Export Controls and Sanctions team in London. Emily joined Deloitte from a publically traded American company, where she established and administered the global export controls and anti-bribery compliance programs. In that role Emily was responsible for all elements of the global compliance programs, from policy development, training and implementation to investigations and disclosures. In this role Emily worked regularly in Europe and Asia.
As a specialist in global export controls and sanctions, Emily helps her clients to manage complex, multi-jurisdictional export controls and sanctions requirements. She helps her clients to understand the impact of national and extra-territorial export controls and sanctions, and assists them in designing compliance programs and licensing strategies that meet both their legal and business requirements. Emily also regularly conducts export controls and sanctions audits and assessments, including audits mandated by governments and assessments that arise out of merger and acquisition activity.
Emily has extensive experience in dealing with the authorities in the U.S. in relation to export jurisdiction determinations, licensing requests and policy developments. She has been involved in lobbying activities in the U.S. related to the current Export Control Reform effort, and currently serves as the co-chair of the ITAR sub-committee for an American technology industry association.
Emily earned a B.A. degree with Honors in Humane Letters from the University of Oklahoma and a Juris Doctor from the College of William and Mary. She speaks frequently at industry events in Europe and the U.S.