Members draw from their experiences to provide unique perspectives and invaluable information.
1. No quick fix remedy to tackle wilful defaulters
Fraudnet member Martin Kenney discusses wilful default cases, in which sophisticated and ethically-challenged borrowers claim to lose loan capital through legitimate loss-making activity by seemingly getting involved in arm’s-length trading counterparties hailing from one or more of the jurisdictions that recalcitrant debtors from India are drawn to.
2. Beating Fraudsters at Their Own Game
FraudNet Executive Director Stéphane Bonifassi discusses with the ICC's Commercial Crime International how the Panama Papers highlighted a dark, but often overlooked, side of wealth management that can perpetuate corruption, as powerful people are able to hide their assets globally.
3. IMF Chief Convicted Over Payout - Insights from Stéphane Bonifassi, Executive Director
Executive Director Stéphane Bonifassi explains to BBC’s World Business Report why the head of the IMF, Christine Lagarde, has been found guilty of negligence in France.
4. Brazilian Members Active in International Legal Strategies to Recover Assets.
FraudNet members for Brazil, Joao Accioly, of the Sobrosa & Accioly law firm in Rio de Janeiro; Antenor Madruga, Feldens Madruga law firm in Brasília; and Henrique Forssell, of law firm Krikor Kaysserlian Duarte e Forssell Advogados Associados, of Sao Paulo against fraud.
FraudNet members often are invited to make presentations at conferences or publish articles on fraud-related issues. Members draw from their experiences working on shared joint cases, multi-jurisdictional cases and cases in their respective jurisdictions to provide unique perspectives and invaluable information.
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~FraudNet member Peter Maynard, senior counsel at Peter D. Maynard Counsel & Attorneys of Nassau, The Bahamas.
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