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OffshoreAlert Conference - Audio Recordings
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Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011
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Posted: 8/19/2009 11:30:47 AM

By: David Marchant

Audio recordings of 17 sessions that took place at the 7th Annual OffshoreAlert Financial Due Diligence Conference in April are now available for purchase from our web-site, specifically: .

Featured Sessions include:

'IRS Offshore Enforcement Programs & Activities', which was presented by three senior IRS representatives who specialize in offshore investigations, including the investigation into UBS;

A speech by Jeffrey Owens, Head of Tax at the OECD, whose list of so-called uncooperative tax jurisdictions all Offshore Financial Centers have been trying to avoid;

'Ponzi Schemes: How to Detect Them & Steps to Take if You are a Victim', presented by attorneys and investigators who represent victims of some of the world's biggest recent scams, including Allen Stanford's Antigua-licensed Stanford International Bank;

'The Role of OFCs in the Modern Economy' by Wendy Warren, CEO of the Bahamas Financial Services Board; and

A look at some of the world's biggest OFCs, including Bermuda, the Cayman Islands, the Bahamas, and the British Virgin Islands.

Our audio recordings can be purchased on a per-session basis or, if you want to save money, you can buy the entire bundle at a reduced cost. Sessions can be listened to immediately after purchase.

For a full list of the sessions that are available and for details on how to purchase the recordings, visit .


David Marchant


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