Category: Op-Ed

OPINION | Reality dawns for new head of UK Serious Fraud Office

Will new SFO head Nick Ephgrave be able to reverse the organisation’s fortunes and damaged reputation? Martin Kenney and Tony McClements analyse the challenges facing the new head of the Serious Fraud Organisation in the UK.

SYMPOSIUM | Corruption, Arbitration & Asset Recovery

Martin Kenney took part in an online debate on corruption and international arbitration on the OGEMID listserv, dedicated to arbitration matters. Here he outlines the role of asset recovery in such matters.

OPINION | When does justice take too long?

The contrast between the Serious Fraud Office’s cases and the prosecution of “Crypto King” Sam Bankman-Fried highlights the stark differences between the UK and the US when it comes to prosecutorial expediency.

OPINION | Canada reacts to the ‘snow-washing’ issue

Canada must invest significantly in resourcing the verification processes connected to the establishment of new and existing companies, otherwise the noble intentions of its amended Canada Business Corporations Act will be seriously undermined, says Martin Kenney.

COMMENT | Sam Bankman-Fried guilty verdict

With news that former FTX cryptocurrency exchange boss, Sam Bankman-Fried, was found guilty of fraud, Martin Kenney says the case was astonishing on many levels.

COMMENT | New Economic Crime Act in UK

MKS welcomes major reforms to how the UK polices and prevents fraud and corruption under sweeping new measures designed to tackle economic crime, but warns the new measures must be properly resourced and implemented.