Paul Dennis to Speak at STEP 2019 Caribbean Conference


As confidentiality continues to play a more significant role in global business operations and regulatory requirements focus on transparency, many questions regarding how to balance these opposing issues are left unanswered.

On Tuesday, May 14th, O’Neal Webster Senior Partner Paul Dennis, QC, will illuminate the topic in a presentation on “The Right to Confidentiality vs. The Imperative of Compliance – A Case Study” at the Society of Trust & Estate Practitioner’s 20th annual 2019 Caribbean Conference in Nassau, Bahamas. In his talk, Mr. Dennis will examine the collision between an individual’s right to privacy and confidentiality on the one hand, and the regulatory imperative for the disclosure of the individual’s confidential information, on the other.

More particularly, his session will examine recent court decisions that provide a road map for the balance which must be struck between these two competing interests, with the BVI case of Magnum & Niteroi v. AG of the Virgin Islands at the centre of that analysis.

STEP 2019 Caribbean Conference will be held May 12-14 at the Grand Hyatt Baha Mar, One Baha Mar Boulevard Nassau N.P, Bahamas.

2019 marks the 20th Year of the STEP Caribbean Conference! Join in celebrating this milestone in the unique beauty that is the Bahamas, where you will enjoy two-and-a-half days of topical content from leading industry experts and the chance to network with peers at a celebratory Gala Dinner at the Grand Hyatt Baha Mar.

This year’s conference theme, Mind the Gap: Future-Proofing IFCs, will feature educational sessions on the latest industry trends in family inheritance and succession planning, as well as exciting networking opportunities with sponsors, exhibitors, speakers, and fellow delegates. 

For more information and to register for the 20th Anniversary STEP Caribbean Conference, please access the conference website here.


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