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OffshoreAlert to stream live video coverage of its 2012 Annual Conference on Offshore Finance
Naomi Comerford
Posted: Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Joined: 5/24/2006
Posts: 5

OffshoreAlert will provide Internet live-streaming (both video and audio) of The 10th Annual OffshoreAlert Conference, which will take place from April 29 to May 1, 2012.  

For just US$295, you can watch, listen and participate in all 25 sessions in real-time from your computer. You will also be able to submit questions to presenters via our Internet feed, which one of our staff members will then ask on your behalf, if time permits. 

You will continue to have unlimited access to recordings of all sessions for one-month following the end of the event – for no extra cost. 

"This is the first-time we have ever done this and it is intended for people who do not have the time or the budget to attend the actual event," said OffshoreAlert publisher David Marchant. 

The OffshoreAlert Conference is approved for Continuing Professional/Legal Education (CPE/CLE) credits by leading professional bodies.  

Our event has sessions for providers, buyers and investigators of offshore products and services. Speakers include offshore judges, attorneys, accountants, regulators, fraud and asset recovery specialists, IRS personnel who are leading the fight into offshore tax evasion and the heads of the whistleblower units of the IRS, the SEC and the CFTC, among others. 

Click here to register for the live web broadcast of The 2012 OffshoreAlert Conference. 


 Naomi Comerford  

 Marketing and Sales Director, OffshoreAlert 

 Email  |  LinkedIn | Tel: +1 305-372-6296  


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