Commission leaders are appointed by the ICC Chairman for a three-year period, renewable at the Chairman’s discretion.
Norman Schenk has had over thirty five years
of experience in the customs industry. In his current position, he is responsible
for shaping global customs policy and border strategies to facilitate the
smooth flow of shipments across international borders. He also works directly
with customs agencies implementing modernized solutions and serves on the WCO
Private Sector Consultative Group (PSCG).
He also currently serves on Advisory Committees to the U.S. Department
of Homeland Security (DHS), U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) and U.S.
Department of State.
As a partner of DS Avocats, Jean-Marie Salva
handles customs law and international trade policy, covering both advice and
litigation, and European Union law (mainly defence and trade policy).
Jean-Marie Salva is
admitted to the Bars of Paris and Brussels. He plays an active part in the
proceedings of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). He is Chairman of
the ICC France Commission on Trade, Investment and Customs Regulation.
Oliver Peltzer advises companies on all legal aspects of international
supply chains and logistics solutions and worldwide transport systems. He was a representative of the BDI when
negotiating the revision of the ADSp 2012-ongoing. In addition, he also is a
lecturer at the Technical University of Hamburg for transport and logistics
Oliver Peltzer is qualified
Belgian Lawyer and German Lawyer. He completed his Doctor of Laws from the University of Tübingen and Post Graduate LL.M.
Degree from the University of Stellenbosch 1994.
Fernando Barbosa is a lawyer and businessman in international trade and customs. He served as Chief of Staff at the Mexican Parliament’s Commerce Committee and as a special advisor to the chairman of the Committee on customs and foreign trade. As the Chair of ICC Mexico Commission on Customs and Trade Facilitation, he coordinates with government officials to improve the country’s customs operation, logistics issues and trade facilitation.Fernando Barbosa graduated from the Universidad Cristobal Colón with an LL.B. degree and obtained his LL.M on Public and Government Laws.