We are delighted to be hosting a half day seminar at The Royal Yacht Hotel in St Hellier, Jersey on Wednesday 6 June.

We will discuss key financial crime topics such as Bitcoin & Crypto-Currency and the Senior Managers & Certification Regime.

Collingwood Thompson QC will give an overview of the regulatory issues surrounding Bitcoin & Crypto-Currency and Steven Gray will cover the ENRC and the law of privilege in criminal investigations. Nick Cropp’s talk will look at the Senior Managers & Certification Regime, its scope and effect, new practical considerations since the Regime came into force, and some of its implications for well-regulated offshore jurisdictions such as Jersey.

Full details of the event are as follows:

Date: Wednesday 6 June

Venue: The Royal Yacht Hotel, St Hellier, Jersey JE2 3NF

Timings:

  • 14.00 – Registration
  • 14.30 – Regulatory issues surrounding Bitcoin & Crypto-Currency – Collingwood Thompson QC
  • 15.00 – ENRC and the law of privilege in criminal investigations – Andrew Wheeler QC
  • 15.30 – Refreshments break
  • 16.00 – Personal Accountability and Responsibility – Will Jersey Lead or Follow? – Nicholas Cropp
  • 16.30 – Q&A
  • 17.00 – Networking

To book your place or if you have any queries please email us.

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