At C5 virtual Geneva conference (23-25 March), Martin will be interviewing Deborah Connor, the U.S. Department of Justice’s Chief of the Money Laundering and Asset Recovery Section, about the ongoing asset recovery effort in the famous #1MDB case.
NEWS: Inaugural Martin Kenney Award for ‘Outstanding Contribution to the Study of Financial Investigation’
We are pleased to announce the very first winner of the new Martin Kenney Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Study of Financial Investigation, presented in collaboration with the University of Central Lancashire’s (UCLan) School of Justice.
In his latest podcast interview, Martin Kenney discusses the most effective strategies in fraud cases, including tips on building an investigation in secret, employing criminal law alongside civil remedies, and the impact of fraud upon victims.
A court in the British Virgin Islands has attached assets belonging to Pakistan’s national airline – including interests in two hotels in New York and Paris – at the request of an Australian mining venture seeking to enforce a US$6 billion ICSID award. Martin Kenney & Co., Solicitors (MKS), is acting in this case.
Wishing you a very merry Christmas and Happy New Year from all of us at MKS.
Society Generale has been ordered to return $150 million of cash stolen by Ponzi fraudster Allen Stanford Ponzi – a “significant victory” said Martin Kenney, general counsel to the joint liquidators of Stanford International Bank.
Martin Kenney will be the keynote interviewee during the second day of the forthcoming virtual ACFE’s Fraud Conference Canada on Monday 2nd November.
Martin Kenney will be moderating a judges panel at the forthcoming virtual Fraud, Asset Tracing & Recovery Miami conference on Thursday 29th October.
Involved in the banking sector in 🇮🇳 India? Then register for the webinar on “wilful default” being organised by our colleagues at ICC FraudNet, Aarna Law and EY.
🎥 Who pays and who should pay for economic crime? Martin Kenney for the 38th Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime.