Our Head of Investigations, Tony McClements, recently spoke to John Duffley of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) about some of the challenges facing fraud investigators today, including the differences between working in the civil and criminal law spheres.
The UK should follow the USA’s approach to incentivising whistleblowing says Tony McClements, head of investigations at MKS.
MKS’s newest investigator, Harley Thomas, has become a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), a highly-coveted qualification provided by the world’s largest anti-fraud organisation, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE).
The continuing ramifications of the Allen Stanford Ponzi scheme reminds us that in the battle against corruption, it’s time actions were matched to words.
The new U.S. Corporate Transparency Act (CTA), which passed in late 2020 as part of the National Defense Authorization Act, makes seemingly significant changes to the information required when incorporating a company in the U.S.
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.
In the October episode of Fraud Talk, asset recovery lawyer Martin Kenney, CFE, shares stories from his decades-long career in finding money lost to fraud and corruption.
The ACFE’s new report reveals overall losses to fraud of $7 billion+, with an incredible 22% of frauds accounting for losses in excess of $1 million.