British Member of Parliament Margaret Hodge will speak about financial transparency at next month’s OffshoreAlert vGLOBAL virtual conference.
The long-time campaigner for greater corporate openness will join British Virgin Islands-based asset recovery attorney Martin Kenney and London-based financial crime specialist Tom Keatinge to discuss whether public registers of Ultimate Beneficial Owners are likely to help or hinder investigations by law enforcement, regulators, and the private sector.
The session – Be Careful What You Wish For: The Unintended Consequences Of UBO Transparency – is part of an orgy of content for all stakeholders in high-value, cross-border finance that will be held over five days from December 7th to 11th.
“We’re essentially creating ‘action’ in the financial industry, providing an incentive for like-minded people around the world to go to one place at the same time and do business,” said OffshoreAlert’s founder and owner, David Marchant.
“If you’re analyzing risk, evaluating opportunity, investigating entities, resolving disputes, seeking funding, or recovering value, vGLOBAL will have it all.”
Best yet, there is a FREE ticket category that will allow you to watch all of the sessions and ask questions of speakers AT NO COST. There’s also a higher ticket category for more serious participants who require greater access and networking capabilities but even that costs just $195.
Details of OffshoreAlert vGLOBAL are available at www.oavglobal.com, where tickets and sponsorship can be purchased.