Bedell Cristin partners, Lisa Springate and James Campbell, have been invited to speak at the Anti-Money Laundering, Financial Crime and Sanctions Conference hosted by Infoline in Jersey, on 26 May 2016.
Lisa is a very experienced commercial litigator with over 25 years' experience of acting for high-net worth individuals, leading banks and local trust companies. The Legal 500 2015 directory recognise her as a "leading individual" in which they describe her as "impressively hard-working and judicious".
James advises trustees and intermediaries on all aspects of Jersey trusts law including settlements, ongoing operation and restructuring of trusts. James is described by Chambers 2015 as "the standout trust lawyer of his generation on the Island. He provides coherent, competent, concise and clear advice on what can be extremely technical issues".
The theme of the conference "Global Regulation - Local Impact" will examine, amongst other things, the impact of local European Union and International Regulations on your business. The presentation will be chaired by the former Solicitor General, Howard Sharp QC.
There will be a range of presentations and panel discussions from local regulators, practitioners, experts and the judiciary, which will include John Harris - Director General of the Jersey Financial Services Commission, Michael Entwistle - Deputy Director of External Relations for Jersey, Alexandra Jour-Schrooder - Director of the European Commission, Helen Hatton - Managing Director of Sator Regulatory Consulting and Robert MacRae QC - Attorney General of the Law Offices Department.