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24th Forum on Fraud, Asset Tracing & Recovery to be held in Switzerland
By The Bahamas Weekly News Team
Feb 7, 2013 - 12:16:21 PM

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Europe’s Leading Legal Conference
on Civil Fraud Investigations, Litigation and Asset Recovery

21 – 22 March 2013 • Grand Hotel Kempinski, Geneva, Switzerland

Global economic pressures have led to fraudulent activity being uncovered with increasing regularity. With fraudsters using ever more complex vehicles and far flung jurisdictions to conceal assets, the opportunities and challenges facing fraud and asset recovery practitioners are greater than ever. There has never been a more important time to gain an up-to-the-minute, in-depth understanding of the latest tactics, strategies and best practices which will result in the successful tracing and recapture of assets. In addition, with the increasing international dimension of fraud cases, the importance of developing key contacts and lasting relationships with practitioners across the globe is paramount.

C5’s European Fraud, Asset Tracing and Recovery forum provides a unique opportunity to ensure that the latest case-law, tactics, tips and techniques are shared amongst industry experts from across Europe and beyond. It offers unparalleled networking opportunities for lawyers, forensic accountants and recovery experts from around the world.

Top Reasons to Attend Europe’s leading fraud and asset tracing event:

  • Leading experts from Switzerland, France, BVI, Canada, Hong Kong, Cyprus, Panama, Jersey, Russia, UAE, USA and the UK
  • Practical and interactive sessions on some of the most topical issues including questioning an d cross examination techniques featuring video analysis and a contempt trial before the Hon Mr Justice Vos
  • High profile panel discussions, including Overcoming Information Blocking Provisions in Switzerland and France and the Role of Arbitration in Asset R ecovery Actions
  • A key event in fraud practitioners calendars, this conference delivers unique networking opportunities, from the conference drinks reception to the informal dinner and culminating in the annual ski trip after the event

JOIN LEADING MINDS IN THE WORLD OF FRAUD, ASSET TRACING AND RECOVERY FOR TWO DAYS OF INTERACTIVE DEBATES, EXPERT ADVICE AND UNRIVALED NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES.



To register :

Call +44 (0) 20 7878 6888


REGISTER
online at www.C5-Online.com/fraudgeneva

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