Martin Kenney examines recent calls for an international anti-corruption court ——— Former UK Labour government minister and now Peer Peter Hain recently urged the UK to back the creation of an international anti-corruption court (IACC). Lord Hain suggested that the proposed court would run analogous to the International Criminal Court in the Hague, allowing for […]
Our Head of Investigations, Tony McClements, looks at moves by UK tax authorities to chase down those named in the ‘Pandora Papers’.
Our Head of Investigations, Tony McClements, says that considering the magnitude of fraud that already exists, the UK’s new national “fraud strategy” isn’t likely to have much impact.
Our Head of Investigations, Tony McClements, argues that different agencies need to come together to tackle rampant Covid loan fraud in the UK.
The UK’s Serious Fraud Office needs a current or former senior law enforcement officer installed as its head, says Tony McClements.
Martin Kenney welcomes a new initiative from the National Crime Agency to seize corruptly-obtained assets in the UK.
It is clear that current whistleblowing rules are not fit for purpose in the UK, argues Tony McClements, and that legislation needs beefing up.
British police and the UK government are woefully failing to prioritise fraud as a crime, leading to greater need for third parties to step in with efforts such as private prosecutions, suggests Shaun Reardon-John.
Tony McClements, managing director of investigations at MKS, welcomes the review of the confiscation regime announced by the Law Commission in the UK.
The UK should follow the USA’s approach to incentivising whistleblowing says Tony McClements, head of investigations at MKS.