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The 4th Annual OffshoreAlert Conference Europe (London, November 23-24, 2015)
Naomi Comerford
Posted: Tuesday, October 27, 2015
Joined: 5/24/2006
Posts: 5

The 4th Annual OffshoreAlert Conference Europe will examine a broad range of topics and issues that affect investigators, providers and buyers of international financial products and services, particularly those involving offshore jurisdictions.

The aim is to arm attendees with knowledge and information that will help them make better business decisions in the cut-throat world of international finance.

Among the 30-plus speakers are Jonathan Calvert, Editor of The Sunday Times' 'Insight Investigations Team'; British Virgin Islands Commercial Judge Barry Leon, Angus MacNeil MP, bank whistleblowers Stephanie Gibaud and John Christmas, investigative journalist Tony Hetherington, corporate database specialists Chris Taggart, of OpenCorporates, and Eduardo Amo, of Dato Capital; Haris Theoharis, who until recently had the difficult task of overseeing tax collection in Greece; and Jersey-based lawyer Philip Sinel.

Sessions include:

• FIFA corruption: The Qatari Plot To Buy The World Cup;

• Jersey Uncovered: Inside One Of The World's Leading Offshore Jurisdictions;

• Advanced Techniques In Asset Investigation & Debt Enforcement;

• Detecting Investment Fraud: Tips From Investigative Journalists;

• The $1B Moldova Bank Fraud Et Al: How Eastern European Crime Proceeds Are Laundered Into The West;

• How Corruption, Fraud & Tax Evasion Led To Catastrophe in Greece;

• Web-Sites That Short Stocks & Then Expose Them: Are They Making Money?;

• Litigating In The BVI: The Commercial Court's First Six Years;

• Bitcoin: Fact, Fiction & Fraud;

• Piercing The Corporate Veil: How Jurisdictions Differ;

• How Crime & Secretive Offshore Firms Are Behind London's Property Boom;

• Using 1782 To Obtain Evidence In The USA For Your Foreign Proceeding; 

• The Hunt For Data: Open Source Intelligence Tools & Techniques;

• Professional, Nominee & Independent Directors: Are They Untouchable?

• Whistleblowers discuss What Really Goes On Inside International Banks; and

• Cash For Honours: A British Scandal. 

The OffshoreAlert Conference also represents a unique opportunity to network with an eclectic group of high-level participants in the top-tier of international finance, often involving deals valued in the hundreds of millions of dollars.

There will be 150-plus asset managers, asset tracers, bankers, company managers, trust officers, fraud investigators, directors, officers, and a lot more - essentially anyone who understands the value of information in international finance - from over 20 countries in attendance.

You will make valuable contacts by mingling with the crème de la crème in the private and public sectors of major onshore and offshore jurisdictions.

"There is no doubt in my mind that OffshoreAlert exposes more major international frauds whilst they are in progress than any other news organization in the world," says OffshoreAlert's owner and editor, David Marchant. "That doesn't happen by accident. Attend our event and we'll show you how we do it.”

The 4th Annual OffshoreAlert Conference Europe will take place on 23-24 November 2015 at the Grange St. Paul’s Hotel in London.


Call +1 305-372-6296, email, or visit


 Naomi Comerford

 Marketing and Sales Director, OffshoreAlert

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


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