|Date:||Friday 25th September 2020|
|Cost:||See website for further details|
Where Global Leaders Discuss Creating An Organised Response to Financial Crime.
Punishment or Salvation?
Ben Keith will be speaking at the Dark Money Conference
Day 3 (25th September) from 09.30 – 10.15:
Starting with processes, the panel of experts will discuss whether our legislative and regulatory framework is in place to punish the criminals or to save the victims. With speakers from global law enforcement and regulatory bodies including Frederic Pierson, Leading Expert at Europol, Ben Keith, Barrister at 5SAH and DeQuincey Bailey, Investigation Officer in Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) Fraud Investigation Service (FIS) and Organised Crime Operations.
Listen to over 20 speakers from UK and European government, law enforcement bodies, global ‘not for profit’, and financial institutions as they discuss the confrontation and combat of financial crime on a global stage. Join over 200 attendees in this virtual and unique event. A virtual conferencing platform will allow delegates to remotely network with speakers ad each other through private calls and messages throughout.
Ben Keith is a barrister and leading specialist in Extradition and International Crime. As well as dealing with Serious Fraud, Immigration, and Public law, he has extensive experience of appellate proceedings as well as applications and appeals to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) and United Nations. He regularly acts for clients based in foreign jurisdictions who seek his advice on extradition, Interpol and associated issues. He is sought after to represent politically exposed persons in extradition, immigration and financial proceedings. He has significant expertise in the challenge and removal of INTERPOL Red Notices.