Fraud, Asset Tracing & Recovery
Venue: Grand Hotel Kempinski Geneva
|Event Date/Time: Mar 11, 2010||End Date/Time: Mar 12, 2010|
Clients are crying out for advisors fully versed on the latest case law, legislation, strategies and techniques being used to identify and retrieve assets hidden in increasingly ingenious fraudulent schemes.
In this year of huge growth in fraud, the 4th edition of C5â€™s European Fraud, Asset Tracing and Recovery conference in Geneva, part of C5â€™s market-leading series of fraud events, is sure to be bigger and better than ever. This yearâ€™s European conference will provide you with the latest tools needed to initiate, conduct and succeed in, civil fraud actions across Europe and beyond.
Co-developed with and chaired by two of the leading minds in the field, Robert Hunter and Keith Oliver, our Geneva programme offers you the unparalleled opportunity to interact and network with, as well as share knowledge with, the leading experts and potential advisors or clients from throughout Europe. Unlike any programme of its kind, there are unique experiences built into the onsite programme that ensure that you not only learn the latest techniques and strategies, but also form lasting professional relationships.
More than 1,000 industry leaders and practitioners have attended our premiere Fraud events in London or Geneva and often come back year after year because they know that these conferences are the place to get sophisticated, cutting-edge information on what is shaping best practice in fraud and asset recovery in Europe.
Can you afford to miss out?
In a series of highly practical sessions delivered by a faculty of the top minds in the field, you will get the most up-to-the-minute and relevant information possible on the issues shaping the fraud landscape now, including:
â€¢ Identifying current requirements for the imposition of a freezing injunction in European jurisdictions
â€¢ The use of trust and offshore companies by international criminals
â€¢ Problems of scale and conflict of laws when applying for search orders
â€¢ How and why the Gulf became such a fraud hotspot
â€¢ Evolving international standards and information exchange within Fraud actions
â€¢ The inside view from the Siemens Anti-Corruption settlement and its impact on European companies
â€¢ Examining the interplay between lawyers, accountants and private investigators
â€¢ How problems created by â€œask no questionsâ€ cultures can be overcome
â€¢ The complex regulatory minefield in Russia and how it is affecting asset recovery