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 in Miami.
Assistant U.S. Attorney David Gopstein, of New York, will be joined by lawyer Michael Levy, of Mayer Brown, and Alex Shea, of Guidehouse, to discuss the investigation and prosecution of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines-domiciled Loyal Bank and related parties in England and Mauritius, including its former CEO Adrian Baron, and, generally, the risks faced by offshore professional service providers under FATCA.
The countdown is on: 49 days left until OAC Miami—Do you have your tickets?
The session is a must for offshore service providers who are concerned, and want to know more, about their potential criminal and civil liabilities regarding the Act.
It is one of many sessions that will explain what is REALLY going on in high-value, cross-border finance so that attendees can take advantage of emerging opportunities and/or avoid problems.
The networking opportunities presented by the quality and diversity of attendees is unparalleled, exceptional, and invaluable.
Other sessions include those on:
- The World’s Biggest Cryptocurrency Fraud (Bitfinex);
- The World’s Biggest Tax Scam (CumEx);
- The Ukraine Whistleblower’s Story (as told by his attorney);
- The Use of Artificial Intelligence to Locate Hidden Bank Accounts;
- The Latest Developments in International Judicial Assistance;
- How to Trace Cryptocurrencies & Other Virtual Assets;
- The Controversial Use of Mass Data Leaks as an Investigative Tool;
- The Legal Liabilities Faced by Investigators & Those Who Hire Them;
- The Isabel dos Santos Corruption Case;
- Litigation Funding;
- Asset Recovery; and
- Plenty More.
About The OffshoreAlert Conference
The 18th Annual OffshoreAlert Conference North America will take place at the Miami Beach EDITION hotel in Miami Beach, Florida, on April 19-21.
The event attracts fraud and asset recovery specialists, insolvency practitioners, investigators, regulators, law enforcement, journalists, service providers, and other stakeholders in high-value, cross-border finance.