Shaun Reardon-John presents an exclusive Martin Kenney & Co article looking at the future of the BVI, published in the brand new 2022 FraudNet Annual Global Report.
Martin Kenney says the BVI owes former BVI Financial Services Commission boss Robert Mathavious “a great deal of debt” over his work for the islands during 40+ years of service.
The credibility of the SFO as an organisation is called into question now: such is the damage it has inflicted upon itself, it may be that the organisation itself – and not just its head – is also under threat.
Martin Kenney & Co., Solicitors, a leading asset recovery litigation practice based in the BVI, is delighted to announce that veteran financial investigator, Laurence Howland, has been awarded the second Martin Kenney Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Study of Financial Investigation.
Get ready for our appearance next week at the American Conference Institute #Miami conference on #fraud, asset tracing & recovery. We’ll be talking ‘Corporate Intelligence’ and the ‘Pandora Papers’.
Paying lip service to the endemic problem of fraud should not be acceptable in the UK, says Senior Investigator Tony McClements.
Our brand new chapter on Litigation Funding in the BVI is now live on Lexology ‘Getting the Deal Through’.
Festive best wishes from all at Martin Kenney & Co.!
Listen to Martin Kenney discuss “Piercing or Ignoring the Corporate Veil under English / BVI law” — coming up on Friday 26th November.
It’s good to see the Financial Conduct Authority flex its muscles at last, but taking five years to bring a case is just too long, argues Tony McClements.