Canada needs to up its game. It still lacks the rigorous checks and balances needed to protect society from con artists who would exploit its financial systems.
OPINION: If we’re going to have public company registers, then make them accessible by a realistic fee – and bolster their robustness – writes Martin Kenney for ACFE Insights.
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.
Martin Kenney & Co., Solicitors (MKS) is delighted to announce that Hakim Creque has joined us as a barrister from the Attorney General’s office in the BVI.
We’ve got an exciting opportunity for a senior accountant to join our team.
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.