Anti-Money Laundering Service Online

Anti-Money Laundering Service Online

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Date: 15/11/2007

Code: 41167332

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This service provides a complete suite of legislation for lawyers, accountants, compliance experts and other professionals needing the law to advise their clients on financial crime and compliance with the regulation of money laundering and terrorism financing. It offers the full text of the primary Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act 2006 (Cth) annotated, together with related legislation and resource materials.

The commentary addressing financial crime was added by our newly commissioned author Dr Mathew Leighton-Daly. He is also responsible for extensively updating the annotations to the principle Act.

Expert commentary and annotations were originally authored by leading AML lawyers, Ros Grady and Andrea Beatty, both Mallesons Stephen Jacques partners when originally written, and their teams. In 2014 these tasks were taken over by
Burges Bharucha, an experienced compliance professional offering more than 10 years' experience in driving regulatory and policy compliance for global financial company American Express.

Updated as legislation and case law developments occur, the service assists equip practitioners to advise on financial crime and the developing AML legislation and its implications.

Offered in online format, regular updates keep the legislation current. The service uses the unique features of Thomson Reuter’s Online Commentaries platform, with rapid updating offering law in force – current legislation and notification of changes not yet commenced or not yet included in the service. Naturally, this also offers convenient desktop searching and access.

Originally this service provided a complete suite of legislation for lawyers, accountants, compliance experts and other professionals needing the law to advise their clients on how best to comply with the ongoing reforms of the anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing regime. It offered the full text of the primary Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act 2006 (Cth) annotated, together with related legislation and resource materials relating to the introduction and implementation of the legislation.

The original content of the work has been expanded to address the myriad types of financial crime caught by the Criminal Code Act 1995 (Ch), in addition to the regulatory offences set out in the AML/CTF Act. This is in part a recognition that federal prosecutors are dealing with an increasing number of prosecutions of money laundering matters as law enforcement agencies "follow the money" in the investigation of serious and organised criminal activity.

In addition to significantly updating the annotations to the AML/CTF Act, Dr Mathew Leighton-Daly has added in depth analysis of recent litigation instigated by the AUSTRAC CEO against the TAB group and the Commonwealth Bank under the civil penalty provisions, as well as addressing developments targetting new e-curency. These enhancements were added to the work in the second and third updates of the year when the product was still referred to by its original name Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing in Australia.

The primary legislation is complemented by expert commentary and annotations, authored initially by leading AML lawyers, Ros Grady and Andrea Beatty, both Mallesons Stephen Jacques partners when written and their teams. Subsequently the task of updating was taken over by Burges Bharucha until early 2018 when the current author, Dr Mathew Leightion-Daly, took over the task of keeping the annotations and commentary current.

Updated as legislation developments and case law occur, the service assists equip practitioners to advise on the AML regime and financial crime and its implications.


Offered in online format, regular updates keep the legislation current. The service uses the unique features of Thomson Reuter’s Online Commentaries platform, with rapid updating offering law in force – current legislation and notification of changes not yet commenced or not yet included in the service. Naturally, this also offers convenient desktop searching and access.

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Table of Contents

Commentary addressing:

  • Financial crime, its context and associated typologies; Money laundering and terrorism financing offences; Provisional measures and confiscation; and Measures by entities;
  • Annotated Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act 2006 (Cth) and related  Rules and other relevant legislation in full text or extract form;
  • Resource materials; and 
  • Index and Tables.

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