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Describes the greatly extended UK legislation to prevent money laundering, which is defined as the process by which the proceeds of crime and the true ownership of those proceeds are changed so that the proceeds appear to come from a legitimate source; the three stages of the money laundering...
Discusses the relationship between organized crime and terrorism; this is an important area of research in the development of legal and other means for control both of them. Analyses paradigms of organized crime: as nationwide conspiracy, as an avenue for upward social mobility of disadvantaged...
Defines “Hawala” as an Arabic word meaning “change” or “transform”. Describes it as a system which goes back to 11th century India and allows money to be transferred around the globe without actual money movement or wire transfers, depending on a system of family, clan or ethnic connections....
Describes the traditional money laundering methods of physical currency smuggling and the more common use of financial and other institutions. Shows how the pressure on vulnerable institutions to ensure control of conventional money laundering has induced criminals to expoit the potential of...
Questions the cost effectiveness of Australia’s legislation after 9/11 to combat terrorism by forcing banks to disclose terrorism finance to law enforcement agencies, citing evidence from the USA as well as Australia. Contends that this legislation constitutes a breach of the traditional...
Discusses the unethical practices of Nigerian banks from a historical perspective. Traces concern over unethical behaviour in banking back to the emergence of indigenous banks in colonial Nigeria, with the 1952 Nigerian Banking Ordinance as the foundation of later regulations aiming to improve...
Considers first the 1993 Money Laundering Regulations, which were introduced to implement the European Union’s 1991 Money Laundering Directive and were addressed specifically to the financial sector; they were amended by the Second Money Laundering Regulations 2001 (sic) to include money...
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