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KRyS Global USA Energy Advisory – Industry-Experienced Restructuring Advisor Benefits

The oil and gas sector is undergoing significant change that will have far reaching effects on the industry. Management teams must evaluate the impacts these changes will have on their business and position the company to survive the downturn and partake in the upside as conditions improve. An industry-experienced restructuring advisor can assist management with […]

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Krys Experts Give Guidance for Fraud and Asset Recovery

Angela Barkhouse and Mathew Clingerman, two of KRyS Global’s foremost leaders in the conduct of fraud investigations and recovering assets, in conjunction with CDR Essential Intelligence and contributing editor Keith Oliver of Peters and Peters, have had papers published on Fraud, Asset Tracing and Recovery. This represents the first edition of CDR’s Essential Intelligence – […]

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How not to throw good money after bad in multi-jurisdictional litigation

Originally posted on Offshore Red In this barnstorming tour-de-force, international investigator Ken Krys – the executive chairman and founder of KRyS Global, which has offices in the Cayman Islands, the British Virgin Islands, New York, London, Guernsey, Hong Kong and Singapore – lays out the basic strategies that your offshore bank is likely to require […]

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The Upside of Sharing: Third-Party Funding for Asset Recovery Claims

Originally posted on Offshore Red Corporations that (or individuals who) find themselves victims of fraud, or are embroiled in disputes about their investments, have to consider some thorny issues. How can they get their money – or at least some of their money – back? Whom can they hire to help them get the money […]

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Madoff, From A Feeder Fund Perspective, 10 Years Later

Originally posted on KNECT365.com, in Asset Recovery Magazine Vol. 2 Written by Kenneth Krys I read with interest a weekend interview in the Wall Street Journal on December 1-2, 2018 titled “The Amazing Madoff Clawback”. The interview is with Mr. Irving Picard, the court-appointed trustee of Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities LLC, who oversees the recovery […]

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Are cyber breaches a fact of life now?

By Kevin Haywood Crouch and Jacqui Sanaghan. Ask yourself, are cyber breaches a fact of life now?  Yahoo, the Bahamas corporate registry, Mossack Fonseca, World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), the list is growing, and the profile of these hacks and leaks is no longer the traditional mining of personal or financial information to be sold to […]

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Recovering Illicit Assets Offshore: Demystifying the Black Hole

Published in 27th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference – Speakers Handbook. Author: Kenneth Krys, Founder and Executive Chairman, KRyS Global Many sophisticated fraudsters use offshore bank accounts and corporate vehicles to conceal their proceeds of fraud. With many of these offshore jurisdictions having bank secrecy and little public information, fraud fighters often find themselves with minimal […]

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The Impact of Intermediary Bank Discovery on Fraud Investigation and Asset Recovery

Published on ABI Fraud Website Introduction “Let there be an end, a privacy, an obscure nook for me. I want to be forgotten even by God.”[1] This Browning verse would serve as an apt credo for many fraudsters looking to exit the game. The problem is that today the exit always seems to include an […]

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Fund Crisis and Change Management: A Fresh Approach

Published in International Corporate Rescue Magazine 2015: Samantha Wood, Manager, KRyS Global, Cayman Islands Since the 2008 global financial crisis, some directors and managers of financial services companies, hedge funds and investment vehicles, have struggled to address the fall-out from the recession, and may still be facing financial uncertainties. Traditional solutions, such as voluntary and compulsory liquidations, have historically been […]

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Scheming IPs: The Creative Use of Schemes of Arrangements

Published in INSOL World 3rd Quarter  Magazine 2015: By Samantha Wood, Manager Cayman Islands A scheme of arrangement (“Scheme”) is a flexible process, whereby a court approves an agreement between company stakeholders (e.g. equity holders, lenders or debenture holders) that may affect or alter shareholder or creditor rights. Unlike certain other insolvency processes or regimes, Schemes […]

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