Leading global authorities on financial crime and compliance are in Guernsey next month for the 2016 Guernsey Compliance and & Economic Crime Symposium hosted by the Jersey International Business School.
We are delighted to be a sponsor at the one day event which includes among the impressive speaker line up key figures from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Serious Fraud Office, National Crime Agency and Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC). They will present the latest thinking on the most pertinent regulatory issues such as the countering of the financing of terrorism, sanctions, bribery and corruption.
Keynote speakers are William E Dayhoff, Assistant Section Chief from the FBI, who will discuss countering the financing of terrorism; Simon York, Director of Fraud Investigation Service at HMRC, who will present the UK’s response to the Panama Papers and Daniel L Tannebaum, principal and global financial services sanction leader at PwC, LLP, New York who will focus on sanctions. The Guernsey perspective will be led by Deputy Gavin St Pier, President of the Policy & Resources Committee and Chief Minister, States of Guernsey and Simon Gaudion, Head of Enforcement at the Guernsey Financial Services Commission. Please click here for the full list of speakers and where you can also register to attend.
The conference, the definitive event on financial crime matters in Guernsey this year, will be introduced by Chris Usher, CEO, Jersey International Business School. Staged at the Duke of Normandy Hotel on Tuesday, November 8, the event is expected to attract delegates not only from Guernsey, but from the UK and Continental Europe. All registered delegates are also invited to a complimentary workshop three days later when there will be further discussion of the issues and questions from the floor.
In addition to our association through sponsorship, we will be well represented at the event and we would welcome the opportunity to meet with you. Please contact Advocate Jon Barclay, partner or Serena Radford, client take-on manager who will each be at the conference if you would like to arrange a meeting.
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