Brexit's impact on international co-operation, trends in UK Unexplained Wealth Orders, and the issues with banking clients from "difficult" jurisdictions – these topics and more will be covered at Walkers' Jersey Fraud and Financial Crime Conference on Thursday 10 October.

The all-day event, which takes place at the Royal Yacht, features speakers including partners from London law firms, the States of Jersey's lead policy adviser on financial crime, directors of accountancy firms, the States' director of external relations, and partners from six of Walkers' international offices.

Partner Nigel Sanders, who leads Walkers' Insolvency and Dispute Resolution team in the Channel Islands, said that the event was well-timed.

He said: "The way that international relations and regulations are changing and developing mean that risk and regulation aren't just issues for compliance teams – they are front and centre for everyone in the financial services industry representing international clients, whether you are a banker, trustee, administrator or lawyer."

"We've put together an authoritative line-up of expert speakers to talk about some of the key elements of that overall risk picture to give the perspective of onshore counsel, regulators, advisory professionals, and of course the input from Walkers' partners from our Jersey, Guernsey, London, Dublin, Cayman and BVI offices."

The event is free to attend – contact for more information.