The liquidators of British Virgin Islands-domiciled, Singapore-based crypto hedge fund Three Arrows Capital will speak at next month's OffshoreAlert vGlobal virtual conference. They will discuss some of the lessons they have learned so far in the relatively new area of liquidating a major global crypto enterprise and attempting to recover value for creditors, who appear to be owed more than $3.5 billion. Dec 5-9—Claim your free pass.
An insolvency practitioner who was prevented from leaving Dubai for three months and a bank compliance head who claims she was targeted by Dubai authorities after whistleblowing about suspected money […]
Sanctions evasion by Russian entities will be scrutinized at this month's OffshoreAlert London conference taking place at the Leonardo Royal Hotel London St Paul's on October 17-18.
In the wake of Dubai's decision this week not to extradite fugitive British hedge fund trader Sanjay Shah to Denmark to face $1.7 billion tax fraud charges, evidence that the UAE has become a magnet for financial criminals will be analyzed at next month's OffshoreAlert conference in London.
Former Metropolitan Police Commissioner Bernard Hogan-Howe will speak about the notorious 'ENRC v. Dechert & Neil Gerrard' case at OffshoreAlert's upcoming in-person conference in London.
The crypto industry dominates this year's agenda, with four of the event's 16 sessions devoted to it. "The amount of fraud in crypto is unlike anything I've ever seen," said OffshoreAlert's founder, owner and editor, David Marchant. "It has created, and will continue to create, unprecedented opportunities for fraud investigators, insolvency practitioners, and asset recovery specialists."
The world’s leading intelligence-gatherers, investigators, and asset recovery attorneys will gather this month to learn, network, and do business at OffshoreAlert’s conference-by-the-ocean in sunny Miami Beach. There will be 17 sessions on topics such as Russia, crypto, offshore, litigation funding, and an array of other subjects, while speakers include industry giants such as Jules Kroll, who pioneered the modern corporate investigations industry.
'Zero-click' spyware that was used to hack mobile phones to spy on more than 50,000 people, including lawyers, businesspeople, politicians, and journalists, will be analyzed at next month's OffshoreAlert Miami conference.
Jules Kroll, who pioneered the modern corporate investigations industry, will be the keynote speaker at next month's OffshoreAlert Conference in Miami. The 18th OffshoreAlert Miami conference will take place at the luxury, oceanside Ritz-Carlton, South Beach hotel in Miami Beach, Florida on April 24-26, 2022.
Due to unprecedented demand, the host hotel for next month's OffshoreAlert Conference in Miami Beach is almost full for the nights of our event so, if you plan to attend but haven't yet booked, you need to act now.
This week marks the 25th anniversary of OffshoreAlert being launched on February 24th, 1997. Since then, OffshoreAlert or its publisher have been sued for defamation in Canada, Cayman Islands, England, Grenada, Panama, and United States, two of them criminal, and received several death threats.
The recent "compromise" agreement between the USA's SEC and the liquidators of a Cayman Islands fraudulent mutual fund will be analyzed at this year's OffshoreAlert Miami conference that will take place at the luxury, oceanside Ritz-Carlton, South Beach hotel in Miami Beach, Florida on April 24-26, 2022.
The world's leading experts in crypto investigations, recovery, litigation, and regulation will present sessions at OffshoreAlert's in-person conference in Miami in April. Speakers include those from Chainalysis, TRM Labs, Ava Labs, and members of the Crypto Fraud and Asset Recovery network.
OffshoreAlert today announced the agenda for our in-person conference on intelligence, investigations, and recovery in Miami Beach on April 24-26. The burgeoning crypto industry dominates this year's agenda, with nine of the event's 16 sessions devoted to it.
The following statement was released today by OffshoreAlert, through its editor, David Marchant, founder and owner of OffshoreAlert, located in Miami, FL, in response to questions about our future in-person conferences...
'Crypto Day' at next week's FREE OffshoreAlert vGlobal virtual conference will focus on investigating and recovering virtual assets. The action being created for investigators and recovery attorneys by this industry is extraordinary. This day is for them and anyone who needs their help.
'Recovery Day' at next week's FREE OffshoreAlert vGlobal virtual conference will focus on introducing fraud victims to professionals who can help them and educating those professionals about latest developments in the industry.
'Investigations Day' will be the busiest day at next week's FREE OffshoreAlert vGlobal virtual conference on intelligence, investigations, and recovery in high-value international finance.
Next week's FREE OffshoreAlert vGlobal virtual conference on intelligence, investigations, and recovery will kick-off with our 'Offshore Day' on Monday, December 6th.
The latest tools, databases, and techniques to help you investigate and understand high-value international finance will be on display at next month's week-long OffshoreAlert vGlobal virtual conference.
This weekend, we launched a new website and logo as part of a refresh of our visual identity. In addition to the revamp, we've improved usability and the overall experience for visitors.
Given the unprecedented chaos and disruption that is currently taking place within and outside the United States due to the spread of the novel coronavirus, The OffshoreAlert Conference Miami has been postponed until October 11-13, 2020.
Two journalists who led the 'CumEx Files' joint investigation will explain how a network of bankers, stock traders, and lawyers carried out the scheme, how they were exposed, and provide an update on criminal investigations at next month's OffshoreAlert Conference. Join us April 19-21 in Miami Beach.
A U.S. federal prosecutor who helped secure the first-ever criminal conviction - of an offshore banker - under the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act will talk about the case at next month's OffshoreAlert Conference. April 19-21 in Miami Beach.
The corrupt rise to billionaire status of Isabel dos Santos - and the role of Western financial enablers - will be scrutinized at the upcoming OffshoreAlert Conference in Miami. ICIJ investigative reporter Scilla Alecci will discuss the investigation into dos Santos and the role in her rise to wealth played by shell companies, bankers, lawyers, accountants, and financial advisers.