The ICIJ V. OFCs: Witch-Hunt Or Public Service? - OffshoreAlert Conference Miami 2018


First published at 21:16 UTC on April 25th, 2018.

Nearly 300 people from the world of high-value international finance enjoyed thoughtful sessions, exceptional networking, fine dining, and cocktails at The OffshoreAlert Conference in sunny Miami Beach on April 15-17, 2018.

There’s no doubt that lucrative business relationships will have been formed. After all, our attendees are involved in some of the biggest deals in global finance.

We specialize in bringing everyone together … people who ordinarily might only meet each other in adversarial situations.

No better example was our lively session on ‘The ICIJ v. OFCs: Witch-Hunt or Public Service’ in which the former Premier and Finance Minister of Bermuda butted heads with the head of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists and one of the reporters to whom the Panama Papers and Paradise Papers were directly leaked.

Given the importance of the subject matter - and as a token of our appreciation to our loyal following, we’ve made an audio recording of the session available on YouTube for FREE.

With its Paradise Papers and Panama Papers projects, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists has become Public Enemy Number One in the offshore world.

This session will look at the ICIJ's investigations, what they have revealed about the offshore industry (good or bad), the organization's motives, and whether the offshore industry has been treated fairly or unfairly.

The Hon. Michael Dunkley, Former Premier, Bermuda Government
Everard Richards, President, Bermuda Asset Management
Frederik Obermaier, Investigative Reporter, Süddeutsche Zeitung
Gerard Ryle, Director, International Consortium of Investigative Journalists

CategoryBusiness & Finance
SensitivityNormal - Content that is suitable for ages 13+