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IAM Learning - Compliance Conversations - May 21, 2020

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US Federal Maritime Commission Compliance

Join IAM for a conversation led by FMC Practitioner, John Roller from Creative Transportation Consulting LLC, for an interactive discussion about Ocean Transportation Intermediary (OTI) licensing with the US Federal Maritime Commission (FMC). Remember that all US-based moving companies quoting international door-to-door services must be licensed by the FMC as an OTI.

As an expert on this topic, John will provide an overview to set the stage for the conversation but we will encourage all participants to pose questions and share their experience with the FMC’s regulations.

Please register immediately as this virtual conversation is limited to the first 20 people who register.

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  • MAY
    May 21, 2020
    Thu 2:00 PM EDT 1H


  • John Roller

    John Roller, an FMC Practitioner, and President of Creative Transportation Consulting, LLC, is a 48-year veteran of the international household goods and mobility industry.John served as a senior executive with 5 major international forwarders, is a consultant to the industry, and advocates initiatives to improve the mobility experience for the transferee, clients, and service provider. His consultancy helps providers achieve compliance, quality, and market.

  • Brian Limperopulos

    Brian Limperopulos has dedicated his professional life to advancing the professionalism and operational excellence of moving companies generally and IAM Members particularly. He began his career working for Security Moving and Storage in the Washington DC Metro Area before taking an opportunity at the International Association of Movers to develop and manage its member programs and services.

    Brian has taken on many different responsibilities and roles since joining IAM in 2009. His success in these positions led to several promotions until his appointment to the position of IAM President in 2024. In this role, Brian is responsible for driving IAM forward toward its goals and achieving its mission.

    Brian holds a B.A. in International Affairs from the George Washington University and is a Certified Association Executive (CAE), which is the highest professional credential in the association industry.

    When he is not working at IAM, Brian spends time with his wife, Lena, mostly chasing after their son, Craig, and daughter, Molly. In his free moments, Brian enjoys playing and watching soccer as well as droning on about his favorite history podcasts. 

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