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  1. Solicitors and Money Laundering: A Compliance Handbook by Peter Camp, 2007-01
  2. Misuse of Drugs: Offences, Confiscation and Money Laundering by Rudi Fortson, 2005-12
  3. The Money Laundering Regulations 2007 by TSO, 2007-07-31
  4. Crime and Money Laundering: The Indian Perspective by Jyoti Trehan, 2004-05-20
  5. Sheriff Charles W. Morris and Teresa Adams Indicted: Indicted on Federal Conspiracy, Theft, and Money Laundering Charges by Staff, 2009-05-06
  6. Fighting Money Laundering, With Comments on the Legislations of T by Cees D. Schaap, 1998-01-01
  7. Money Laundering: Federal Criminal Law
  8. International Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing: A UK Perspective by Paul Hynes, 2009-06
  9. Money Laundering: business compliance by Stuart Bazley, Caroline Foster, 2004-07-15
  10. Money Laundering Risks And Liabilities by Michael Ashe, Paula Reid, 2006-12
  11. Money Laundering (Butterworth's Compliance Series) by Toby Graham, Evan Bell, et all 2003-03-29
  12. Dirty Money: The Evolution of Money Laundering Counter-Measures by William C. Gilmore, 1995
  13. Money Laundering and Banking Secrecy by Paolo Bernasconi, 1995-11-01
  14. The Art & Science of Money Laundering: Inside the Commerce of the International Narcotics Traffickers by Brett F. Woods, 1998-06

81. NASD Institute For Professional Development Phase II Anti-
Phase II Antimoney laundering Symposium March 20 - 21, 2003 Mt.Washington Conference Center 5801 Smith Avenue Baltimore, MD.

82. FLSC - Money Laundering
Montreal Time 101639 PM. money laundering, Summary. Task Force Commitees News on money laundering Challenge January 2003 Task
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Chronology of Events - January 2003

Chronology of Events - SUMMARY

News on Money Laundering Challenge
- April 2003
Task Force and Commitees
President's Task Force on Money Laundering Legislation
Established March 2002
Chair: Maurice Laprairie, Q.C.
Litigation Policy Committee Established March 2002 Chair: Richard Gibbs, Q.C. Membership Special Litigation Committee Established August 2001 Chair: Peter Royal, Q.C. Membership News on Money Laundering Challenge Court challenges by Federation and law societies lead to important victory for rights of Canadians: repeal of portions of money laundering regulations March 28, 2003 In the face of challenges by the Federation of Law Societies of Canada and law societies across the country, the federal government has decided to repeal controversial parts of regulations implementing the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act, parts that would have seriously eroded the right of Canadians to independent counsel and to confidentiality when dealing with their lawyers. " This is a testament to the resolve of Canada's law societies," said Maurice Laprairie, Q.C., head of the Federation's task force on money laundering legislation. "Opposition to reporting portions of the regulations was spearheaded by the Federation and Canada's law societies. Thanks largely to our efforts, the federal government has made a decision benefiting all Canadians. We applaud the federal government for taking this position ".

83. Money Laundering: Index
money laundering index Keywords Consultation, money laundering AdvisoryCommittee minutes, Financial Crime Branch. money laundering.
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Money Laundering This section relates to the work on combating money laundering carried out by the Treasury's Financial Crime Branch. As well as consultation documents, occasional guidance, the section will also include details of the Money Laundering Advisory Committee. To contact the Financial Crime Branch email: Adobe website For alternative ways to read PDF documents and further information on website accessibility visit the HM Treasury accessibility page
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84. Wall Street & Technology > Anti-Money Laundering > To Catch A Thief > December 1
To combat this growing problem, the Congress, in October 2001, approved the USAPatriot Act a comprehensive set of anti-money laundering requirements and
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85. Sen. Leahy's Summary Of His Draft USA Act Surveillance Bill (Sep. 21, 2001)
Stopping Financial Support For Terrorists By Strengthening money launderingLaws. Add terrorism, terrorism support, and foreign corruption

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    Strengthening Our Domestic Security Against Terrorist Acts
    Authorize the Attorney General to establish an FBI Office for Counterterrorism and Homeland Security headed by a Senate-confirmed Deputy FBI Director to coordinate a National Strategy for Counterterrorism and Homeland Security; Authorize the Director of OMB, in consultation with the Attorney General and the Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, to prepare a single National Counterterrorism and Homeland Security Program Budget for submission to Congress; Establish an FBI Security Officer Career Program; Establish a Counterterrorism Fund in the Treasury of the United States to reimburse Justice Department components for any costs incurred in connection with providing support to counter, investigate, or prosecute domestic or international terrorism; Sense of the Congress condemning hate crimes and violence against Arab-Americans, Muslim Americans, and Americans from South Asia.

86. - And Money Moves
money laundering policy, money laundering Prevention. What the UK lawrequires The law requires us to monitor any unusual or suspicious

87. - Former County Official Charged With Bribery, Money Laundering
Former County Official Charged With Bribery, money laundering Posted 1151 am ESTFebruary 5, 2003 Updated 139 pm EST February 5, 2003 MIAMIDADE COUNTY, Fla

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MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, Fla. A former Miami-Dade County official in charge of approving fire sprinkler plans was arrested today. Istvan Fazekas (pictured), 52, faces charges for bribery, money laundering, perjury and other serious crime, according to the county's Office of Inspector General. He is accused of secretly owning two unlicensed companies that received nearly $1 million from at least 17 fire sprinkler businesses to draft fire sprinkler plans for building structures in Miami-Dade County, which, in some cases, he was later responsible for approving. Fazekas is then accused of laundering the profits from the two businesses, SAF International Corp. and Florida and Firebyte Inc., through bank accounts he secretly controlled or by cashing forged checks. Among other charges, the former county official is also accused of taking nearly $45,000 in bribes from two fire sprinkler businesses. Those bribes were paid by Jerome Cohn of A-1 Fire Sprinkler Corp. and Jorge Carballo Jr. of Cardel Fire Protection Inc.

88. | Society | PFI 'profit Laundering' Going Undetected
PFI companies have effectively been laundering their profits at the expense of the jam29.11.2001 Public services benefit from private sector money 22.11.2001,8150,835339,00.html
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Businesses may be making millions of pounds in profit from refinancing controversial private finance initiative deals without telling the government, the national audit office (NAO) warned today. The problem is being compounded by the fact that even when Whitehall departments do receive PFI financial data, they cannot always recognise when a refinancing deal has taken place. The NAO believes that civil servants may have overlooked as many as 36 of these profit-making deals.

89. Money Laundering
Foreign and International Law, money laundering. IMoLIN has been developed withthe cooperation of the worlds leading antimoney laundering organizations.
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  • Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF)
    An organisation of states of the Caribbean basin which have agreed to implement common counter-measures to address the problem of criminal money laundering
  • The Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering (FATF)
    An inter-governmental body whose purpose is the development and promotion of policies to combat money laundering
  • International Money Laundering Information Network (IMoLIN)
    An Internet-based network assisting governments, organizations and individuals in the fight against money laundering. IMoLIN has been developed with the cooperation of the worlds leading anti-money laundering organizations. Included herein is a database on legislation and regulation throughout the world (AMLID), an electronic library, a calendar of events in the anti-money laundering field, and a news forum. Please be advised that certain aspects of IMoLIN are secured and therefore not available for public use
  • United Nations Global Program Against Money Laundering
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90. Caribbean Financial Action Task Force
of twentysix states of the Caribbean basin, which have agreed to implement commoncountermeasures to address the problem of criminal money laundering.

91. OECD Observer: Russia
Russia has been taken off the list of countries failing to cooperate in the internationalfight against money laundering, after carrying out significant
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92. Money Laundering Isn't A Filthy Business
CANADA'S SOURCE FOR HUMOUR AND SATIRE. INSIDE A COIN LAUNDRY William Bill White wants to change the way people think about money laundering.
CANADA'S SOURCE FOR HUMOUR AND SATIRE INSIDE A COIN LAUNDRY William "Bill" White wants to change the way people think about money laundering. Bill, the owner of Dirty Bill's Coin Laundry and a cleansing consultant for the National Committee on Money Launderering, wants to wash away the assumption that all coin and bill launderers are associated with crime.
Dirty Bill's Coin Laundry is your one-stop money laundering business. Money launderers have been fighting against an unfair stereotype reinforced by film and television. In every situation the money launderer is portrayed as a dirty accountant working in a shabby, underlit basement, cleaning the taint off of illicit drug money for some slick Central American cartel. "I get a lot of dirty looks when I explain what I do for a living," said Bill, who opened up his first coin laundry in 1986. "There's no shame in cleaning money, but when I explain that I launder it, people either threaten to call the police or ask if I can do them a 'favour.' " According to the National Committee on Money Laundering, clean money is healthy money. With the number of times that money changes hands, there's no surprise at how much grime and bacteria gets carried along with it. And because you just don't know where that money has been, it never hurts to get it laundered, preferrably by a professional launderer.

93. IIR USA - Insurance & Banking
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94. Citigroup And The Issues - Anti-Money Laundering
(current as of 0412-02). What Is money laundering? Money crimes.Citigroup has a responsibility to help fight money laundering.
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(current as of 04-12-02) What Is Money Laundering?
Money laundering is the process of introducing the proceeds of crime into the legitimate stream of financial commerce by masking their origin. The source of the proceeds may include drug trafficking, terrorism, organized crime, fraud and many other crimes. Citigroup has a responsibility to help fight money laundering. As a company that operates in a wide variety of cultures, languages, and legal systems; employs more than 250,000 people; is present in more than 100 countries; maintains more than 200 million customer accounts; and processes more than $1 trillion in transactions every day, Citigroup will always be a target of would-be money launderers.
Though experts estimate that money laundering involves a very small percentage of the funds that flow through the international financial system, it nevertheless undermines confidence in the system. The challenges in the fight against money laundering are vast and potential threats exist in every corner of the world. Financial services firms, regulators, and law enforcement agencies work hard to stay ahead of increasingly sophisticated criminals seeking to exploit the global financial system.
Our Approach
Citigroup believes no customer relationship is worth compromising our commitment to combating money laundering. To fulfill this commitment, we train our employees in compliance practices and controls. We have more than 300 Anti-Money Laundering Compliance Officers around the world who support the businesses, and each of our businesses is required to be vigilant in detecting and preventing money laundering and other efforts to misuse the financial services we provide to law-abiding clients.

95. Portal (English) Portail (français) Other Languages Help
money laundering. The Select Committee of Experts on the Evaluation ofAntimoney laundering Measures (PC-R-EV) uses a mutual evaluation
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    The Select Committee of Experts on the Evaluation of Anti-Money Laundering Measures (PC-R-EV) uses a mutual evaluation and peer pressure system to review the laws and practices employed by those Council of Europe member states which are not members of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF). Its aim is to harmonise legal, financial and punitive measures in these member states, relying on the relevant international standards for this purpose. (more...)
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96. Money Laundering
Council Directive on Prevention of the use of the Financial System for the Purposeof money laundering (European Union, 91/308/EEC, 10 June 1991) Prevention of
HOME INFO SECURITY TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS ... A Banker's Guide to Avoiding Problems (Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, US Treasury Department) Convention on Launering, Search, Seizure and Confiscation of the Proceeds form Crime (Council of Europe, Strasbourg, 8 November 1990) Council Directive on Prevention of the use of the Financial System for the Purpose of Money Laundering (European Union, 91/308/EEC, 10 June 1991)
Prevention of criminal use of the banking system
(Group of Ten - Committee on Banking Regulations and Supervisory Practices, December 1988)
Report on Money Laudering Typologies
(FATF, 1997-1998) CFATF - Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (19 Aruba recommendations, June 1990)
(Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering)
(Financial Crimes Enforcement Network)
National Association for Bank Security
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US Customs
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97. Key Issues: AML
Key Issues Antimoney laundering money laundering refers to the act of convertingthe profits from criminal activities (such as drug trafficking, smuggling & Anti Corruption/9D

98. - Alert Global Media
Resource center publishes news articles on moneylaundering schemes and issues. Look for conferences, training seminars, and consulting services.

99. UN Publications
TITLE Financial Havens, Banking Secrecy and moneylaundering LANGUAGEE. SALES 99.IV.2 ERRATA ISBN 9211301939 PAGES 80pp.
UN Publications on Terrorism, Crime and Related issues
International Instruments Related to the Prevention and Suppression of International Terrorism
SALES #: 01.V.3
Terrorism strikes at the very heart of everything the United Nations stands for. It presents a global threat to democracy, the rule of law, human rights and stability. Globalization brings home the importance of a truly concerted international effort to combat terrorism in all its forms and manifestations. An important part of that effort is the work of the United Nations in the establishment of the necessary legal framework for the prevention and suppression of terrorism. The "treaty-making" process, covering various aspects of terrorism, has led to the adoption of many instruments over the past four decades. This publication presents a compilation of global and regional instruments on terrorism.
TITLE: Financial Havens, Banking Secrecy and Money-laundering
SALES #: ISBN: PAGES: PRICE: DESCRIPTION: While there has been a general trend towards enacting money-laundering laws that provide for the lifting of financial secrecy in appropriate cases, such secrecy remains a barrier in many jurisdictions, including some of those that have come to be known as "financial havens". The advances in technology and communication have made the three F's - finding, freezing and forfeiting of criminally derived income and assets all the more difficult. This publication discusses these issues and other related problems in depth. The law enforcement success stories presented convey a sense of imaginative ways in which financial havens are used. The cases also highlight the advantages, from the point of view of criminals, of collusion with bank employees and the use of professional launderers.

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