This panel discussion is organised along the lines of the 'BBC Question Time' format with the panelists making some initial comments about the implications of the 'ENRC v. Gerrard' judgment and then answering questions from attendees.
Consent Order in which Mashreqbank PSC, of Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates, agreed to pay a fine of $100 million to the New York State Department of Financial Services for regulatory breaches involving "USD transactions of the Bank relating to Sudan".
Anti-Money Laundering training becomes critical in a pandemic era, as criminal activity increases during times of economic uncertainty. Without the ability to engage staff in face-to-face, instructor-led training, other training […]
The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists discuss the 'FinCEN Files' in an OffshoreAlert webinar. "The FinCEN Files is a cross-border investigation based on secret documents that exposes how banks and regulators have failed the public by allowing dirty money to flow unchecked around the globe," says the ICIJ. "It shows how politicians, crooks, and tycoons – from Benin to Venezuela to Turkmenistan – profit at the expense of governments and ordinary people." The webinar took place from 2.00 pm to 3.30 pm EST on Thursday, September 24th, 2020. Presenters: Ben Hallman, Chief Reporter, ICIJ; Will Fitzgibbon, Investigative Reporter, ICIJ; Karrie Kehoe, Data Journalist, ICIJ
This session will look at artificial intelligence tools designed to locate assets, find beneficial owners, identify relationships between individuals and legal entities, help with compliance, and reduce general business risk.
This session will look at current and future initiatives in the IRS's ongoing efforts to identify and collect taxes from U.S. taxpayers with undeclared offshore accounts and financial arrangements, as well as the efforts undertaken to prosecute and penalize those that assist such taxpayers.
The session will deal with how individuals and financial institutions can operate within the reporting requirements of the new law, stay away from the mandatory withholding requirements and prevent US investigations and prosecutions.
This session will look at the latest developments in the area of e-discovery, including how US-based rules affect other jurisdictions, how to harvest hidden material, data review strategies, and cross-border transfer of data for litigation purposes.
‘Help! Am I A Target or A Witness?’: What Service Providers Should Do When Investigators Request Client Information
This session will navigate the offshore and onshore service provider through the stormy waters encountered when a foreign tax or criminal authority comes knocking on your door requesting information or interviews.
This session will look at the concept, design, tax implications and compliance issues of offshore asset protection trusts. Watch NowView Trailer
The 2012 Evolving Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program: An Update of Hazards, Opportunities, & More
This session will explore numerous hazards, opportunities and practical applications of the 2012 OVDP, including a review of numerous technical issues and input for how to address these issues. Watch Now View Trailer
This session will arm you with basic tools to make you just a little bit dangerous when discussing international initiatives such as FATCA (including the US, UK and EU versions), AIFMD, EMIR, Dodd Frank, CFTC and a host of other acronyms that are a portent of the new age of borderless regulation. Watch NowView Trailer