See Martin Kenney interviewed by the IBRA in Brazil about the BVI during the coronavirus pandemic and the numerous fraud cases he and the firm are tackling.
Only a relatively small number of companies are set up as vehicles for fraud, so the UK’s relaxing of its wrongful trading rules – while companies struggle with cashflow during the Covid-19 pandemic – is to be welcomed.
It is unjust and wrong-headed for the EU to blame small Caribbean Islands for its own tax mess.
Nigeria has moved to ground a luxury private jet that a former oil minister purchased by allegedly using his illicit cut of a $1.3 billion oil deal.
A system of controlled transparency is far more effective as a tool for battling corruption than a completely unlimited system of transparency.
A response to Transparency International and Laure Brillaud’s criticism of Martin Kenney’s recent EU Observer piece about the flaws in public UBO registers.
Calls to roll out open or public company registers are naïve and undermine personal and corporate privacy, says Martin Kenney.
Campaigners ask for justifiable intrusions into private data, believing it will frustrate crooks, money-launderers and terrorists. It won’t – because criminals tell lies, says Martin Kenney.
Martin Kenney has been recognised as one of the top-ranked lawyers for asset recovery by Chambers & Partners in its new listing of asset tracing & recovery firms.
How should you tackle the corrupt? Listen to Martin Kenney speak with Offshore Alert about his 30 years battling financial crime and con artists.