Articles by Martin Kenney
Russia and its oligarchs are not alone in their kleptomaniac, money-laundering endeavours.
Some online frauds are so simple to execute it questions why criminals would even consider robbing a bank.
Investigative journalists probing fraud and corruption in Malta and Slovakia have been assassinated in recent weeks.
Does Malta have a corruption problem?
Legal practitioner and IBTimes UK columnist Martin Kenney writes 2017 has been another mega year for financial scandals.
Despite being called out for 'relentless embezzlement and extortion', Equatorial Guinea's vice president walked away from a French court with a suspended jail sentence.
Serious concerns have arisen about Qatar's bid for the 2022 World Cup and it's unlikely allegations of corruption will go away.
Recent revelations suggest Scotland is effectively flaunting the system to attract dubious business from Eastern Europe, Martin Kenney writes.
The German automaker's flippant handling of its emissions scandal might see it dig a deeper legal hole for itself.
It is worth asking how big a problem is fraud and why UK political parties should focus on it in their manifestos.
The UKBA, aimed at preventing corruption, is well worth the price for a more ethical corporate world.
BT's accounting scandal is a sobering development for the telecoms giant.
Whether RBS' alleged moves were a money-making 'scheme' or 'scam', the Fraud Act opens up interesting possibilities.
The Caribbean tax haven has always engaged with tax authorities when asked.