International Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing

International Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing

By Paul Hynes, Nathaniel Rudolf, Richard Furlong


$808.01 RRP

Date: 09/12/2008

Code: 9781847031334

Sweet & Maxwell, UNITED KINGDOM


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International Money Laundering provides detailed guidance through all aspects of global money laundering regulation in the context of the UK legal framework. It examines UK and international laws and regulatory structures, offers detailed advice on methods of preventing money laundering, covers practice and procedure in depth and analyses case law.
  • Defines what constitutes money laundering and how it operates across frontiers
  • Pulls together and explains anti-money laundering legislation in the UK, Europe and USA
  • Describes the powers of regulatory bodies and enforcement agencies
  • Explains the responsibilities of those whose commercial activities could be exploited by money launderers
  • Examines the responsibilities of professional advisers whose clients' activities could involve money laundering
  • Explains the problems practitioners may face if working internationally
  • Goes step-by-step through practice and procedure for legal proceedings
  • Analyses the various money laundering offences: assisting retention; acquiring, possession and use; concealing or transferring; failing to disclose; tipping off
  • Advises on trial preparation and presentation, including tactics and evidence
  • Covers the implementation of the new Third Money Laundering Directive
  • Sets out the most relevant legislation including sections of the Criminal Justice Act 2003, Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 and the Money Laundering Regulations 2003.
History and Definition: Definition; Development and the mechanism of money laundering. Money Laundering today. UK Regulatory Schemes, Obligations and offences. EU and International Implications. Topical and Future Issues. Resources.
Jurisdiction: United Kingdom

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