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    ‘Dubai Asset Tracing’ to be analyzed at OffshoreAlert Marbella

    OffshoreAlert Marbella

    A session and workshop showing attendees how to investigate property ownership in Dubai in the wake of a massive data leak that revealed how many properties are owned by suspected crooks will form part of OffshoreAlert’s Marbella conference next month.

    A session entitled ‘Dubai Unlocked: How To Investigate Property Ownership in a Money Launderer’s Paradise‘ will be presented by two investigative journalists who were involved in an international investigation by more than 70 media outlets that revealed who owns what in the Middle Eastern financial hub, and how the city has opened its doors to hundreds of people accused of criminality around the globe.

    George Greenwood, of The Times, and Norwegian journalist Eiliv Frich Flydal will then make themselves available in a private meeting space for anyone wanting a more in-depth, hands-on demonstration of how to investigate Dubai property ownership.

    The OffshoreAlert Marbella conference on intelligence, investigations, and recovery in high-value international finance will take place on June 19-21 at the luxurious Kempinski Hotel Bahía, in Estepona, Spain, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea.

    For more information and to register, please visit www.oamarbella.com.


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