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Deborah S. Gille

GE Capital
OFAC, Sanctions and Trade Controls Leader
Norwalk, CT, USA

Deborah Gille joined GE in 2006 as International Trade Controls Counsel. For 5 years, she  advised and lead day-to-day trade operations compliance in GE Intelligent Platforms, a business with a mix of dual use and ITAR-controlled products. In this role, she was responsible for global import and export compliance, driving ITC compliance by articulating consistent trade controls processes, implementing product classification rigor, conducting in-person training, integrating acquisitions, prioritizing risks, performing root cause analyses for gaps and developing short-term remedies and long-term solutions that balance uncompromised compliance with business goals. Currently, Deborah is the OFAC, Sanctions and Trade Controls Officer for GE Capital Corporation where she concentrates on anti-money laundering and trade control compliance in the financial industry.

Prior to joining GE, Deborah has been assistant general counsel, a litigator in civil cases in multiple areas, including commercial, employment, civil rights, bankruptcy, professional liability and environmental law, assistant district attorney prosecuting domestic violence and drunk driving cases, and a law clerk in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court. Before obtaining her law degree, Deborah was a banking vice president of marketing research and a technical writer in the nuclear industry.


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