OffshoreAlerts 4th Due Diligence Conference (OA2005)
Venue: The Fontainebleau Resort
|Event Date/Time: Nov 14, 2005||End Date/Time: Nov 15, 2005|
|Registration Date: Nov 14, 2005|
|Early Registration Date: Sep 07, 2005|
|Abstract Submission Date: Oct 10, 2005|
|Paper Submission Date: Oct 10, 2005|
Insider Trading & Market Manipulation
Corruption & Bribery
Most of the financial crimes exposed by OffshoreAlert over many years could have been avoided by victims if they had carried out or commissioned proper due diligence at a fraction of the cost of what they were risking in terms of money and reputation.
We will show conference attendees how to establish and implement procedures to reduce their risk of becoming a victim and demonstrate and critically discuss technology and techniques available to them.
Our conference is targeted at individuals, businesses, organizations and agencies anywhere in the world that participate in significant business transactions or regulate them, including:
Anti-Money Laundering Specialists
Providers of Trust & Fiduciary Services
Law Enforcement Agents
Banking & Securities Regulators
All Other Professionals
Criminals (With a View to Reforming!)
We will also continue to use our conference as a forum to expose fraud and negligence in the bank compliance and due diligence industries, which is particularly topical following a recommendation by the U. S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation on November 16, 2004 that financial institutions conduct "proper due diligence" before choosing products to help them comply with the USA PATRIOT Act, The Bank Secrecy Act and other Anti-Money Laundering legislation.[See http://www.fdic.gov/news/news/financial/2004/fil12104.html].
For 2005, we have removed the asset recovery day from our conference and we may hold a one-day asset recovery event outside the United States on a date to be announced. To reflect this change, the name of our event has been changed from 'OffshoreAlert's Due Diligence & Asset Recovery Symposium' to 'OffshoreAlert's Due Diligence Conference'.
OffshoreAlert newsletter is published by Florida-based KYC News, Inc. and has exposed numerous major white-collar crimes since being launched in February, 1997. From November 2003 to January 2004 alone, 11 people who unsuccessfully sued OffshoreAlert for libel were convicted, arrested or indicted for fraud and money laundering in the United States and the United Kingdom, with one of them - Marc Harris - receiving a 17-year prison sentence. OffshoreAlert is frequently quoted concerning financial crime in world newspapers and was referenced multiple times in a 2001 U.S. Senate report on money laundering. You can sign up for OffshoreAlert's 4th Due Diligence Conference at http://www.kycnews.com/conferences/register.asp or you can obtain further information from Naomi Comerford in Miami, Florida on +1-305-372-6296 or by email at email@example.com.