MIAMI, Fla * National and international financial experts will be featured here Jan. 23-26, at the 15th Money Laundering Cybercrime and International Financial Crimes Conference co-sponsored by Oceana Publications and the University of Florida Levin College of Law Center for International Financial Crimes Studies (CIFCS).
Scheduled for the Hotel Intercontinental, the event will include discussions of the U.S. Patriot Act and other legislation passed in 2001 in response to money laundering and the funding of terrorist activities. Also featured will be information on how to implement security procedures and legal policies to protect offices, plants, physical and intellectual assets.
Speakers include Alexander Sanchez, Florida Bankers Association; William Kisby, National Fraud Center; John Atkinson and Thomas Roche, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and New York, respectively; John Roth, U. S. Department of Justice; Deborah Morrisey and Edward Kacerosky, U. S. Customs; and David Beer, Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
Chesterfield Smith Professor of Law Fletcher Baldwin Jr., director of the law school’s CIFCS, will participate in various event panels and summary discussions. Multiple officials of the international law firm of Holland & Knight, including members of its white collar crime practice group, will be featured.
Additional program details and registration information can be obtained by contacting Susan De Maio, senior vice president of Oceana Publications, Dobbs Ferry, NY, at 914-693-8100 (ext. 324), or eMail: email@example.com. Individuals registering prior to January 15 will be eligible for a discount.
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