Ryan Pinder on Criminal Tax and EU Mandatory DisclosureFebruary 21, 2020
Nassau, The Bahamas – GrahamThompson Partner Ryan Pinder was a featured panelist in the Bahamas Financial Service’s Board (BFSB) Financial Crimes Enforcement, Compliance & Risk Mitigation Workshop, on February 19, 2020.
Ryan’s panel discussed Criminal Tax and EU Mandatory Disclosure. The discussion was moderated by Caroline Ciarolo of Kostelanetz & Fink and included presentations from Jeffrey Neiman of Marcus Neiman & Rashbaum, Jay Nanavati of Kostelanetz & Fink and Michael Paton of Lennox Paton.
Other topics of discussion over the course of the one-day workshop were:
- AML and OFAC/Sanctions Enforcement
- Individual Criminal Exposure in Financial Services Matters
- Effective Compliance Practices for Financial Institutions
The day also included a Bahamas Regulatory update and a Crypto update.
Ryan, a former Minister of Financial Services and Trade in The Bahamas Government (2012 – 2015), continues to serve in various policy and legislative advisory capacities for the financial services sector in The Bahamas. He has assisted in formulating positions with respect to the implementation of the minimum standards of the OECD Base Erosion Profit Shifting (BEPS) framework and the Common Reporting Standard. Ryan is a US Board-Certified Tax Attorney and is recognised by Chambers and Partners for his expertise in the High Net Worth, Offshore Trusts sector.
The Financial Crimes Enforcement, Compliance & Risk Mitigation Workshop was part of the BFSB’s ongoing Industry Development Series.