BFSB will be hosting a half day workshop at The Melia Nassau Beach Resort on Wednesday, November 29th, 2017 from 8:00am to 2:00pm.


  1. Global tax enforcement environment beyond technical compliance with FATCA and the CRS;
  2. Using the guidance from the U.K. Criminal Finances Act to establish a global anti-tax evasion program;
  3. Conducting an anti-tax evasion risk assessment;
  4. Combatting offshore tax evasion without being an expert in every country’s tax laws;
  5. How “red flags” for offshore tax evasion and money laundering may differ;
  6. Risks associated with advice relating to moving relationships to the USA to avoid CRS reporting; and
  7. Recommendations for compliance with an eye toward establishing defenses should a regulatory issue or investigation arise.


The speakers for this conference previously worked for U.S. tax and financial crime enforcement authorities and have a wealth of legal and consulting experience working for financial institutions and individuals. They regularly provide compliance advice relating to financial crime matters:

  1. Caroline Ciraolo, U.S. lawyer and Partner with Kostelanetz & Fink (law firm), former Acting Assistant Attorney General for the U.S. Department of Justice Tax Division.
  2. Richard Kando, Certified Public Accountant and Managing Director with AlixPartners (consulting firm), former Special Agent for the Internal Revenue Service – Criminal Investigation.
  3. Jay Nanavati, U.S. lawyer and Partner with Kostelanetz & Fink (law firm), former federal and state prosecutor, previously served as assistant chief for Department of Justice Tax Division.

Registration Deadline is Monday, November 27, 2017. REGISTER NOW for this half-day workshop that will add value to your institutions.