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KRyS Participates in Corporate LiveWire’s Virtual Round Table on Fraud and White Collar Crime 2019

Originally posted on Corporate LiveWire In this roundtable the panel of seven experts in fraud & white collar crime discuss the latest regulatory changes and interesting developments on a local, regional and global scale. We discover which fraud & white collar crime trends prosecutors will focus on in 2019 whilst also addressing other prevalent topics […]

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Glaciers for Sale

National Magazine Award finalist Mackenzie Funk tells the story of Sextant, two funds in the Cayman Islands that KRyS Global investigated on behalf of the regulator and subsequently liquidated. Cover photo by Chris Marquardt. Originally posted at https://www.decastories.com/glaciers-for-sale/ The Canadian dentist behind what may or may not have been the world’s first global-warming Ponzi scheme […]

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Getting the Deal Through – Asset Recovery 2019

Accreditation: Reproduced with permission from Law Business Research Ltd. This article was first published in Getting the Deal Through – Asset Recovery 2019 (Published: November 2018). For further information please visit www.gettingthedealthrough.com. Getting the Deal Through provides international expert analysis in key areas of law, practice and regulation for corporate counsel, crossborder legal practitioners, and […]

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Introduction to International Issues: Where Has All The Money Gone?

Posted with permission of National Association of Federal Equity Receivers (NAFER), Alex Moglia (Moglia Advisors), Paul R. Brown, (Karr Tuttle Campbell), James Faulkner, (Kroll) and Kenneth Krys (KRyS Global) To view this article, please click here.

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“When assets go offshore, we put it into the too difficult box”

Originally posted on Corporate LiveWire Written by Angela Barkhouse If fraud or misconduct is discovered, it can have debilitating effects on a company; on its profits, consumer confidence, increased costs including legal costs, and in severe cases its reputation and the cutting of its workforce. In severe cases of fraud the company will often be […]

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Myanmar set to adopt new insolvency laws including a corporate rescue procedure

Photo from Bruno Arboit The Republic of the Union of Myanmar moved a step closer to the adoption of new insolvency and restructuring laws with public consultations for the proposed laws recently taking place in Nay Pyi Taw and Yangon. It is proposed that the new laws will be finalised and put before Parliament in […]

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KRyS participates in Corporate LiveWire’s Virtual Roundtable on Fraud and White Collar Crime 2018

Originally posted on Corporate LiveWire The Fraud & White Collar Crime Roundtable 2018 addresses the latest trends and interesting developments in several key jurisdictions. We discover why compliance may be a “daunting” but “necessary” task in 2018. Understand the implications of noteworthy case studies, including the anticorruption case against Rolls-Royce and a recordbreaking settlement following […]

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Hedge Fund Liquidators’ Considerations

Originally posted on The Hedge Fund Journal One of the structures often encountered by insolvency practitioners who reside and practice in jurisdictions outside of the United States, and those who act for them, are hedge funds. Given the proximity of the Caribbean to the United States (and specifically those jurisdictions that are recognized international financial […]

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The European, Middle Eastern and African Restructuring Review 2017 – Guernsey: Overview

Originally posted on Global Restructuring Review. Co-authored by Andrea Harris of KRyS Global and David Jones of Carey Olsen. Overview The laws that govern liquidation and restructuring regimes in Guernsey are encompassed in the Companies (Guernsey) Law 2008, as amended (the Law). Opinions on Reforming Guernsey’s insolvency regime were sought via a public consultation process […]

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FOREIGN REPRESENTATIVE PROVIDES PERSPECTIVE TO NYU LAW STUDENTS

For the 5th consecutive year, KRyS Global’s Executive Chairman, Kenneth Krys, was guest lecturer at the New York University School of Law, speaking from the perspective of Foreign Representative on the development and application of Chapter 15 of the US Bankruptcy Code and central to its determination, the location of foreign entity’s center of main […]

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