Financial Crime Tax Compliance Bootcamp: Everything you never wanted to know about tax evasion but should
Efficient Frontiers International and FINTRAIL are bringing you the ultimate Financial Crime Tax Compliance Bootcamp.
We know that tax evasion might not be at the forefront of your mind, but our 2-day Bootcamp promises to share some useful insights into why it should be.
Following the addition of new 'tax triggers' under the 5th Anti-Money Laundering Directive, these two days are filled with a series of interesting and thought provoking sessions.
Day 1: 23rd September, 15:00 – 17:00 BST - Detection of Tax Evasion
Session 1 - Tax Evasion: Who wins, who loses and why we should care? Martin Woods, Chair of Advisory Board of Global Compliance Institute
Session 2 - What is tax evasion and why is it a predicate offence under AML Regulations? Maya Braine, FINTRAIL, Subject Matter Expert
Session 3 - Tricks, tactics and tell-tale signs: Tax evasion red flags – Part 1. Sam Gibb-Cohen, HMRC, Assistant Director, Financial Sector Fraud Lead, Large Business, London and Stacey Mills-Kelly, HMRC’s Counter Fraud Banking Lead
Session 4 - Tricks, tactics and tell-tale signs: Tax evasion red flags – Part 2. Jeff Bateman, Director of Operations, EFI and Jayne Newton, Director of Regulatory Expertise, EFI
Session 5 - How Tax KYC and AML KYC go hand in hand. Jayne Newton, Director of Regulatory Expertise, EFI
Day 2: 30th September, 15:00 – 17:00 BST - Prevention and Alignment to AML/CFT Compliance Programmes
Session 1 - New KYC Review Requirements – Tax meets AML at the crossroads. Jayne Newton, Director of Regulatory Expertise, EFI
Session 2 - Follow the breadcrumb trail… investigation of a tax crime case. Andy Cole, CBE
Session 3 - When the tax investigators come knocking... responding to requests for information and investigations. Leslie Allen – Partner, Barrister, Mishcon de Reya LLP
Session 4 - The final session brings together all the key learnings over the two days, including the tools and controls that can help prevent tax crime.
See the full agenda here.