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Lineup Announced for OffshoreAlert's 2019 Conference in Miami Beach

OffshoreAlert has launched the provisional agenda for our next financial investigations and intelligence conference in Miami Beach, which will be held on April 28-30, 2019. Speakers include the head of the criminal divisions of the IRS and Canada Revenue Agency, the whistleblower heads of the IRS, CFTC and, hopefully, the SEC; a former chief counsel for Senator Carl Levin’s offshore investigations; and an attorney who uses criminal raids and arrests as an asset recovery tool.

OffshoreAlert Conference coming to Latin America

Miami-based OffshoreAlert, which has been holding conferences on financial intelligence and investigations for 16 years, will enter the Latin American market for the first time in 2019. The 1st Annual OffshoreAlert Conference Latin America will be held at the magnificent Palácio Tangará hotel in São Paulo, Brazil, on September 16-17, 2019.

Early Bird Registration Now Open – OffshoreAlert Conference Miami 2019

Tickets are now on sale for next year’s OffshoreAlert Conference in Miami, which will take place on April 28-30, 2019. The financial intelligence and investigations event will again be held at the luxury, boutique, ocean-side Miami Beach EDITION hotel.

OffshoreAlert Testimonials

Since OffshoreAlert was launched in 1997, we have exposed more than 175 investment frauds and helped law enforcement and regulators hold those responsible accountable. 

Fraudster moans: ‘OffshoreAlert caused 85% fall in investments’

Less than 12 months later, Privilege Wealth disclosed it was insolvent by over $40 million due to fraud and went into administration. If OffshoreAlert hadn’t exposed the fraud in its early stages, the losses would likely have been tens of millions of dollars higher.

From OffshoreConnect, The OffshoreAlert Community


Letter from attorney Tatjana Dobolina requesting that OffshoreAlert remove a reference to her client, Dmitri Sepa, in an article by OffshoreAlert in 2008 that was based on a request for judicial assistance that was made in the USA by Estonia concerning an investigation into suspected import/export fraud and which was filed at federal court in Delaware.
Letter from Gary Mares, of Australia, threatening to sue OffshoreAlert (and the Cayman Compass) for "personal defamation" concerning the publication of a complaint filed against him by Cayman Enterprise City at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands


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