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.
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.
The crimes linked to the COVID-19 pandemic are particularly insidious. The EU is preparing to battle this fraud and corruption by setting up a new European Public Prosecutor’s Office.
We are sitting on an immense COVID-fraud timebomb, which governments will struggle to resolve, warns Martin Kenney.
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 problem with the Serious Fraud Office is that it has constantly tried to over-hype itself and then under-delivered, argues our Senior Investigator, Tony McClements.
The fraud epidemic in the UK is now a national security threat, warns a venerable think tank.
In his latest podcast interview, Martin Kenney discusses the most effective strategies in fraud cases, including tips on building an investigation in secret, employing criminal law alongside civil remedies, and the impact of fraud upon victims.
Martin Kenney will be the keynote interviewee during the second day of the forthcoming virtual ACFE’s Fraud Conference Canada on Monday 2nd November.