Webinar Opportunity: Using Shell Companies to Facilitate Money Laundering

In this webinar, attendees will gain practical insight into how shell companies are used to facilitate money laundering. These schemes are perpetrated by organized crime gangs, domestic and offshore fraudsters, and even the most trusted employees and vendors. Join us to learn how to develop prevention strategies, monitor ongoing threats, and investigate reports of misconduct.

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About the Speaker:

Jeffery M. Klink is the founder and CEO of KLINK, an international business intelligence firm. KLINK advises large corporations and law firms proactively and confidentially uncovering fraud, fictions and phantoms before they become financial, legal or public crises.

With experts across the globe, in more than 30 countries, KLINK successfully helps clients protect their assets and preserve their reputations by using our intelligence, due diligence, litigation support, investigations, and compliance services.

Mr. Klink has an extensive background as a compliance and risk expert. As a former U.S. Department of Justice criminal prosecutor and former office head and managing director of a global consultancy, Mr. Klink focuses his practice on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and the UK Bribery Act compliance, mergers & acquisitions, third-party due diligence, litigation support, and complex investigations.

He has performed hundreds of complex investigations for a wide-range of industries on issues related to kickbacks, embezzlement, the FCPA and UKBA, off-label marketing, patent infringement, enforcement of International Trade Commission Orders, and corporate Code of Conduct violations.

He has personally trained hundreds of employees and third-party vendors on bribery and trade compliance in Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and the Americas.

He created, and teaches, a dedicated course on compliance for the University of Pittsburgh Katz Graduate School of Business. He is also on the Board of the Masters of Fraud and Forensics program for Carlow University and is a guest lecturer on fraud and investigations for Drexel University.

He has been a guest on the Bloomberg network, Fox, ABC, and other media outlets. He has been published in multiple publications, including the American Corporate Counsel Association’s Docket magazine, where he was co-author of a cover article on resolving fraud and compliance risks for corporations, and the National Law Journal. View more of his recent work at

He received his law degree and bachelor’s degree from the University of Pittsburgh. He is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar and is a licensed investigator.