The Future Of Unexplained Wealth Orders

UWOs were intended to empower UK law enforcement agencies to attack the UK-based assets of high-net worth individuals with shady pasts who owned assets of questionable origin. They could also be used to target UK-held assets of politically exposed persons (PEPs) suspected of grand corruption in their home states.

NEWS: C5 Special DoJ 1MDB interview with Martin Kenney

At C5 virtual Geneva conference (23-25 March), Martin will be interviewing Deborah Connor, the U.S. Department of Justice’s Chief of the Money Laundering and Asset Recovery Section, about the ongoing asset recovery effort in the famous #1MDB case.

TORONTO STAR: This is one list of leaders you don’t want to top: Global fines for financial institutions

Goldman Sachs

With no fewer than four of the five biggest fines levied against financial institutions in 2020 against U.S. financial institutions, the new administration needs to do much more than merely combat poor business and regulatory practices.

NEWS: Inaugural Martin Kenney Award for ‘Outstanding Contribution to the Study of Financial Investigation’

We are pleased to announce the very first winner of the new Martin Kenney Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Study of Financial Investigation, presented in collaboration with the University of Central Lancashire’s (UCLan) School of Justice.