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  1. Drugs and Money: Laundering Latin America's Cocaine Dollars by Robert E. Grosse, 2001-03-30
  2. Drug Politics: Dirty Money and Democracies by David C. Jordan, 1999-10
  3. The Scale and Impacts of Money Laundering by Brigitte Unger, 2007-05-07
  4. Money Laundering Compliance by Tim Bennett, 2007-09
  5. Commercial Fraud: Civil Liability for Fraud, Human Rights, and Money Laundering by Janet Ulph, 2006-03-30
  6. Money Laundering Control in the Caribbean (Studies in Comparative Corporate and Financial Law, V. 16) by Shazeeda A. Ali, 2003-03-01
  7. Money Laundering and Proceeds of Crime by Robert W. Hubbard, Fergus Odonnell, et all 2004-05
  8. Anti-Money Laundering: A Guide for Financial Services Firms by Tim Gough, 2005-11-24
  9. Criminal Tax, Money Laundering, and Bank Secrecy Act Cases: Prosecution and Defense Law by Peter D. Hardy, 2010-12-31
  10. Criminal Prosperity: Drug Trafficking, Money Laundering and Financial Crisis after the Cold War by Guilhem Fabre, 2002-12-30
  11. Bank Secrecy Act and Anti-Money Laundering Examination Manual (Financial Institutions and Services)
  12. The Money Trail: Confiscation of Proceeds of Crime, Money Laundering, & Cash Transaction Reporting: Confiscation of Proceeds of Crime, Money Laundering and Cash Transaction Reporting by Brent et al. Fisse, 1992-12-31
  13. Brown Money Laundering (Greens Practice Library) by Alastair N. Brown, 2009-05-22
  14. Anti-Money Laundering: Can Banks Afford to Ignore It? by IDC, Esa Peltonen, 2005-01-01

61. Ernst & Young - Financial Services - Anti-Money Laundering Reconsidering The Ris
Banks and financial services firms have long known antimoney laundering policiesmust be in place to satisfy regulators and law enforcement agencies alike.
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Banks and financial services firms have long known anti-money laundering policies must be in place to satisfy regulators and law enforcement agencies alike. Now with the aggressive war on terrorism and the focus on corporate social responsibility, the risks of not responding effectively have increased dramatically. Anti-money laundering risk management and compliance for the financial services industry have become tougher. In the aftermath of the terrorist attacks in the United States on 11 September, regulatory and enforcement agencies worldwide will expect the financial services industry to bolster and in some cases, redesign its anti-money laundering ('AML') prevention and detection programs.
Government agencies may now have the right political climate to push through changes to existing AML legislation and enforce this legislation with increased vigor. Together, financial institutions and regulators will need to strike the right balance between assisting the government in preventing money laundering and the sensitive issue of sharing information.
Even prior to the September attacks, governments around the globe had taken unprecedented action thereby drawing attention to the risks money laundering poses to the stability of world markets. Today, governments are expected to be more aggressive in detecting and prosecuting those responsible.

62. UBS - Fighting Money Laundering
due diligence processes in the financial industry, UBS was one of the driving forcesbehind the launch of the Wolfsberg Antimoney laundering Principles for
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Because of the growing importance of advisory-based financial services and regulations regarding the exercise of due diligence, financial institutions are gathering more and more information from and about their clients. Unsurprisingly, public and private sector agents are showing a strong appetite for that data, and clients are increasingly worried about its misuse. Financial privacy, as with medical and other forms of personal privacy, are privileges enjoyed by citizens living in a modern, democratic society. At UBS, we firmly believe we should uphold and defend our clients’ right to safeguard their private financial information from third party interests.
We are also strongly committed to promoting stringent anti-money laundering standards for the financial industry as a whole. As an example of that, we were one of the driving forces behind the launch of the Wolfsberg Anti-Money Laundering Principles in 2000. The principles are designed to ensure that private banking services are only offered to clients with legitimate sources of wealth – with the same high standards applied globally. Following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, the Wolfsberg Group, comprising major global financial institutions together with Transparency International, released a statement in which member banks committed themselves to efforts that support authorities in their fight against terrorism finance.
In 2002, UBS and the other members of the Wolfsberg Group worked to develop and issue a set of principles on the establishment and maintenance of correspondent banking relationships. The principles, designed to prevent criminal abuse of correspondent banking relationships, were issued in early November 2002 and were positively received by regulators worldwide. In the new principles, Wolfsberg adherents commit to refrain from offering any of their products and services to so-called “shell banks”. Such entities are often based in less regulated jurisdictions, and frequently cited by regulators around the world as a cause for concern when attempting to tackle criminal abuse of the financial system.

63. The Money Laundering Reporting Officers' Network
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64. Searchspace - Anti Money Laundering And Fraud Detection Software
Eables the realtime application of business analytics, and automatically analyze, process and prioritize Category Computers Software Databases Data Mining Tool Vendors......searchspace specializes in anti money laundering and fraud detection software forfinancial institutions. Library, Site Map, Contact. Anti money laundering. Fraud.
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65. Searchspace - Anti Money Laundering And Fraud Detection Software
next». Products. Anti money laundering. Overview Combating money launderinghas become a top priority throughout the financial services industry.
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Combating money laundering has become a top priority throughout the financial services industry. Recent regulatory requirements compel financial organizations to identify and report suspicious transactions. Failure to do so means risking large fines, depreciated share values and costly legal battles. Damage to an organization's reputation can affect not only market capitalization, but also customer perception and loyalty. The challenge is finding the balance between implementing strong, effective money laundering defenses and minimizing the impact on your business. Product Offering
Searchspace provides effective, enterprise-wide Anti Money Laundering through the Searchspace Intelligent Enterprise Framework and Anti Money Laundering Sentinel products. The Anti Money Laundering Sentinel Version 3.0 products address the unique needs of:
  • Retail and Consumer banks Securities firms Private banks Correspondent banks Wholesale banks The broker/dealer environment Financial exchanges
The Searchspace Anti Money Laundering Sentinels review transactions 'intelligently' based on individual analytical models that are generated and maintained for each business entity, account or customer. The result is the reporting of activity that is genuinely unusual or suspicious, as opposed to the generation of large quantities of simple exception reports based on one model of behavior or a large number of rigid rules. The Sentinels are designed to scale and are capable of managing Anti Money Laundering needs for any size organization, from a small bank or brokerage firm up to a global enterprise operation across multiple geographies. Searchspace has proven its ability to provide comprehensive enterprise-wide Anti Money Laundering solutions for a number of the world's leading financial organizations, including The Bank of New York, UBS and Wells Fargo

66. FSA - Money Laundering And Terrorist Financing
What we do money laundering and terrorist financing. money laundering and terroristfinancing. We also made money laundering one of our four pilot themes.
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The Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (the Act) states that we (the FSA) must contribute to reducing the extent to which regulated firms may be used in connection with financial crime, including money laundering. To fulfil this objective the Act gives us various powers, including the power to make specific Rules on money laundering and the ability to prosecute firms for breaches of the Money Laundering Regulations 1993. We have already done much towards fulfilling our money laundering responsibilities. We set out our approach to rule making in April 2000 in our Consultation Paper 46, Money Laundering: the FSA's new role. Consultation feedback resulted in the Rules being refined in a Policy Statement published in January 2001. The final Money Laundering Rules came into force on 1 December 2001. These can be found in the FSA Handbook We also made money laundering one of our four pilot themes. The theme was designed to help us develop our approach to tackling money laundering. We published a report on this theme in July 2001. It explains what we expect firms to do, and what we intend to do, to make sure the UK financial markets are as clean as possible and to reduce the extent to which criminals are able to launder the proceeds of crime. As part of this work the theme identified and prioritised for regulatory attention six ‘risk clusters’:
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67. Money Laundering
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This page contains publications, press releases, speeches and other relevant information about the FSA's role in reducing the extent to which regulated firms can be used for the purpose of money laundering.
Money Laundering publications The Money Laundering Theme: Tackling our new responsibilities (July 2001) Policy Statement: Money Laundering: the FSA's new role (January 2001) [ HTML ] CP46: Money Laundering: The FSA's new role (April 2000) [ HTML ] Press releases FSA fines Royal Bank of Scotland Plc £750,000 for money laundering control failings [ HTML ] FSA welcomes banks’ anti-money laundering measures [ HTML ] FSA acts with police on money laundering concerns [ HTML ] FSA and NCIS sign partnership agreement [ HTML ] Tackling the risk of money laundering in the financial services industry [ HTML ] FSA publishes results of money laundering investigation [ HTML ] Money laundering: the FSA’s new role [ HTML ] FSA - reducing financial crime [ HTML ] The FSA Consults on Rules to Combat Money Laundering [ HTML ] The FSA reminds firms to guard against money laundering [ HTML ] Speeches FSA Response to BBA Membership Survey (Speech by Carol Sergeant) [ HTML ] Money Laundering: A Joined-Up Approach (Speech by Carol Sergeant) [ HTML ] Money laundering: the FSA’s new role (Speech by Oliver Page) [ HTML ] Money Laundering conference (Speech by Howard Davies) [ HTML ] Other relevant information Money Laundering - Independent Financial Advisers handling client money from abroad (February 2003)

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69. -- Merrill Lynch's Anti-Money-Laundering Program
We have dedicated ourselves to enhancing our existing efforts inthe fight against money laundering around the globe. As a firm
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Following the attacks on 11 September 2001, the U.S. government enacted the USA PATRIOT Act, which is designed to prevent the use of the U.S. financial system to help fund terrorism and other crimes. The Act, which is similar to regulations in other countries in which we do business, imposes a series of new anti-money-laundering requirements on brokerage firms and other financial institutions. Merrill Lynch has had a vigorous money-laundering prevention program in place for years. In accordance with the Act, we have undertaken efforts to further enhance these existing policies and procedures We believe that compliance with the new regulations is of the utmost importance, and have dedicated significant resources to ensure that Merrill Lynch helps set the standard for best practices in this area. We are also involved with the Securities Industry Association in the continuing enhancement and standardization of industry practices. We have dedicated ourselves to enhancing our existing efforts in the fight against money laundering around the globe. As a firm with businesses around the world, we have been working closely with all our business partners to ensure that we comply with all anti-money-laundering efforts wherever we operate.

70. Inner City Press / Finance Watch: "Follow The Money, Watchdog The Regulators"
of the World Trade Center and US Pentagon on September 11, 2001, have resulted ina renewed (and needed) campaign to reform antimoney laundering, tax haven
Finance Watch / Inner City Press Click here for Inner City Press' front page Click here to Search This Site For or with more information, contact us .(or e-editor The plane-bombings of the World Trade Center and U.S. Pentagon on September 11, 2001, have resulted in a renewed (and needed) campaign to reform anti-money laundering, tax haven and bank secrecy laws. This Report will be ongoing; the initial Background is below, Sept. 23, 2001. April 7, 2003 It's an interesting point but one directly contradicted by a detailed account of the U.S. strong-arming of Nauru, a portion of which is online here . For or with more information, contact us March 31, 2003 At the International Money Laundering Conference in Miami last week, Citigroup 's global money laundering director, Richard Small (yes, the ex-Fed regulator), complained that "It's somewhat stressful to gear up for something when we don't know what it will look like when it comes out." He speculated, in the nature of lobbying, that banks will have to police travel agencies, jewelers and other non-financial businesses that may fall under money laundering rules. March 24, 2003

71. OFAC Background
BACKGROUND. Historically, the securities industry has been supportiveof our government's efforts to combat money laundering. Since
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Historically, the securities industry has been supportive of our government's efforts to combat money laundering. Since 1970, broker-dealers have been subject to certain federal anti-money laundering laws imposing reporting and record keeping requirements. The anti-money laundering requirements on securities firms dramatically increased with the enactment of the USA Patriot Act of 2001, Pub. L. 107-56, aimed at giving the government new powers in the war on terrorism. As a result of this legislation, broker-dealers may be required to make many changes in their compliance programs, including establishing anti-money laundering compliance programs, verifying the identity of new accounts, and filing suspicious activity reports (SARs). The principal anti-money laundering rules for a broker-dealer are found in the Bank Secrecy Act ("BSA"). Like banks, securities firms, since 1970, have been required to report currency transactions in excess of $10,000 on a Currency Transaction Report ("CTR"). Similarly, they have been required to file reports relating to the physical transportation of currency or bearer instruments in amounts over $10,000 into or outside of the United States on a Currency or Monetary Instrument Transportation Report ("CMIR"). Since 1986, broker dealers, like other financial institutions, have been subject to the criminal provisions of the Money Laundering Control Act of 1986, P.L. 99-570 ("MLCA"). Among other things, the MLCA established two anti-money laundering criminal statutes that for the first time, made money laundering a crime in and of itself. See 18 U.S.C. §§ 1956 and 1957 (2000). The MLCA also added certain provisions to the BSA, which were also applicable to brokerage firms, including adding a specific prohibition against "structuring" transactions to avoid the impact of the BSA's reporting thresholds.

72. Anti-Money Laundering Compliance Conference
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73. Conferences And Education: 2002 ABA Money Laundering Enforcement Seminar
ABA/ABA money laundering Enforcement Seminar. A total antimoney laundering solutionfrom those at the forefront of the financial war against terrorism. and Education/ce_money_laundering.htm
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E-mail: Member Services ABA/ABA Money Laundering Enforcement Seminar October 19-21, 2003 Capital Hilton Washington, DC Register Online or Download Faxable Form (PDF) "Nearly a year and a half after the enactment of the USA PATRIOT Act, the effect of these new laws and regulations on the scourge of terrorist financing are still being assessed." John J. Byrne, Senior Counsel and Compliance Manager, ABA/ABA Money Laundering Enforcement Seminar The final rules have been issued, examinations have begun in earnest, but it's not business as usual. In fact, managing these changes and minimizing risk for your institution has become even harder. But, help is here! From working directly with the regulatory agencies, to helping bankers sort through the abundance of new obligations, the American Bankers Association and the American Bar Association are the industry leaders in AML issues and are uniquely qualified to help you implement USA PATRIOT Act provisions.

74. The 8th Annual International Money Laundering Conference - March
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75. BBA - The British Bankers Association
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76. BBC NEWS | Business | An A-Z Of Money Laundering
Friday, 15 March, 2002, 1018 GMT An AZ of money laundering Crooksand terrorists both need to move money around, By Jeremy Scott
You are in: Business News Front Page World UK ... Programmes SERVICES Daily E-mail News Ticker Mobile/PDAs Text Only ... Help EDITIONS Change to World Friday, 15 March, 2002, 10:18 GMT An A-Z of money laundering
Crooks and terrorists both need to move money around
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BBC News Online business reporter Laundering ill-gotten gains is of necessity a murky business, and even the professionals - on both sides of the fence, legally speaking - take years to get to grips with it. The explosion of interest in how terrorist groups fund their activities has added new concepts and ideas to the mix, muddying the water further. But don't make the mistake of thinking that the two are identical. Laundering money and financing terrorism may share some techniques - but they are still very different activities. On the one hand, money laundering is all about hiding the proceeds of criminal - or at least illegitimate - activity. This could be anything: the biggest amounts, probably hundreds of billions of dollars each year, stem from the global narcotics trade, but bank robbers, embezzlers, fraudsters, tax dodgers - not to mention corrupt public servants and politicians - all need some way of making their money look legal when its origin is otherwise. Cleaner than clean Generally speaking, it's a three-stage process.

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13 February 2003 Freedom, free enterprise and democratic capitalism are the solutions to the poverty that provides fertile ground for terrorist recruitment, according to Secretary of Commerce Donald Evans. Complete text

78. Assemblée Nationale - European Conference Against Money Laundering
Conference of European Union Parliaments Against money laundering.7 et PARIS DECLARATION AGAINST money laundering. Final declaration
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  • Criminal money laundering and financial crime have been on the constant increase over the last few years exploiting the potentialities given by the globalisation of financial markets; they represent a direct threat to the stability of the global economy and also for the security of our democratic societies. The financing of terrorism uses very different systems and some of these use the legal economy, although it also resorts to the same instruments as all organised crime. Without the global and coordinated action of States, crime prevention and law enforcement services and authorities will not be able to fight efficiently against those they pursue. In the fight against money laundering and the use of the financial system by criminal networks, Europe’s exemplary behaviour must be without fault even if the efficiency of its action also depends on the awareness and support of all developed countries.
  • 79. Senator Carl Levin - Private Banking & Money Laundering
    money laundering occurs when criminals attempt to disguise proceedsfrom criminal activities as legitimate funds. One way to launder
    Money laundering occurs when criminals attempt to disguise proceeds from criminal activities as legitimate funds. One way to launder money is to deposit the funds into U.S. banks or other financial institutions. Current estimates are that $500 billion to $1 trillion in illegal funds from organized crime, narcotics trafficking and other criminal misconduct are laundered through banks worldwide each year, with about half going through U.S. banks.
    Detecting and shutting down money laundering operations is a high priority for U.S. law enforcement. U.S. banks are required by law to help by refusing to accept illegal funds, reporting suspicious activity to law enforcement, and operating anti-money laundering programs.
    The issue gained prominence following the September 11th terrorist attacks, as investigators revealed that the terrorists associated with the attacks used services at U.S. banks to carry out their activities. I developed legislation (S. 1371) to strengthen U.S. anti-money laundering laws. Senator Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) spearheaded this effort with me and a bipartisan group of Senators co-sponsored this legislation including Senator Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.) and Senator John Kerry (D-Mass.). Our fight against money laundering scored a major victory when the key provisions of the Levin-Grassley bill were included in the anti-terrorism bill that President Bush signed into law (P.L. 107-56) on October 26, 2001.
    My involvement with ending money laundering began in 1999, in my role as ranking Democrat on the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations (PSI), when I began a

    80. Money Laundering Estimates - Table Of Contents
    This report, prepared for the Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre by John Walker Consultin Category Society Crime Research money laundering......austrac home » publications » the extent of money laundering. AUSTRAC Estimates of the Extent of money laundering In and Throughout Australia.
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    September 1995 Note from the Director Foreword Executive Summary 1. Introduction - Defining Money Laundering
      Figure 1. Money Laundering Flows involving the Australian Economy
    2. Counting Money Laundering - Why are Official Statistics Unhelpful? 3. The Quantitative Connection between the Proceeds of Crime and Money Laundering
      Figure 2. Costs, Proceeds and Money Laundering
      Figure 3. Key Quantities relating Costs of Crime, Proceeds of Crime and Money Laundering
    4. A First Stab at Quantifying Money Laundering in Australia

      Table 2. Theoretical derivation of a Preliminary Estimate of the Extent of Money Laundering, based on crimes occurring in Australia.
    5. The Survey and Questionnaire 6. The Results of the Survey

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