The U.S. often portrays herself as the world’s police force. In many respects she is, but not where offshore services are concerned.
Martin Kenney has been highly-praised by the latest edition of ‘Who’s Who Legal’ for his work in asset tracing & recovery during 2019.
Can Canada learn from the UK’s crack down on unexplained wealth?
Could the use of anonymous shell companies be effectively outlawed in America? Not under the current US administration.
Visit Martin Kenney’s hub on C5 Communications to view all his latest pieces on countering fraud, money laundering and corruption.
Read this brand new Q & A with our managing partner Martin Kenney, interviewed by Who’s Who Legal as a global ‘Thought Leader’ of the legal profession.
Martin Kenney has been chosen as an Advisory Board member for C5’s Fraud, Asset Tracing and Recovery conference in Miami in October.
Martin Kenney was interviewed by Bloomberg Businessweek in the BVI for an article focusing on the raging debate over the attempt to force open – or ‘public’ – company registers on the British overseas territories.
Should we praise Lisa Osofsky’s decision to pull no-hoper cases from the Serious Fraud Office’s case files … or not?
Can the Serious Fraud Office really use ‘participating informants’ to prosecute bribery? 💰💰💰