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Agenda Announced for 2010 OffshoreAlert Conference
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Posted: 12/17/2009 7:12:04 AM

By: David Marchant

Go to www.OffshoreAlertConference.com to view the agenda for the 8th Annual OffshoreAlert Financial Due Diligence Conference, which will be held at The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach in Miami Beach, Florida on May 2-4, 2010.

Register by December 31, 2009 and you will save $400.

Speakers include Michael Foot, who recently completed a review of British Offshore Financial Centers for the UK Government; Charles Rawl, who helped blow the whislte on his former boss, fraudster Allen Stanford; and Jeffrey Robinson, best-selling author of 'The Laundrymen'.

The conference will focus on all aspects of OFCs, with an emphasis on Fraud & Asset Recovery, Money Laundering & Compliance, and Investigations & Intelligence-Gathering.

94% of all attendees at our 2009 conference who completed questionnaires rated the event as "Good" or "Excellent".

As noted attorney Jack Blum told The Wall Street Journal (http://online.wsj.com/article/SB124112584249174551.html) earlier this year: "It's like that famous bar in 'Star Wars,' where they all come together - the good guys, the bad guys, the seriously guilty - and they all exchange information on neutral territory."

David Marchant


 

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