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Money Laundering: Law and Practice

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ISBN13: 9780199256846
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
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This book provides a one-stop holistic approach to UK money laundering law and practice. Money laundering issues are considered from both a criminal and a civil perspective, and he offers helpful guidance where there is uncertainty in practice. This thorough examination of money laundering offences and statutory defences is combined with an in-depth analysis of the key concepts underpinning the legislation.

The book also considers the international dimension of money laundering and includes chapters on the roles played by organizations such as the EU, the FATF, the UN and the Egmont Group in the battle against money launderers seeking to legitimize the profits of criminal activity.

Further chapters give detailed guidance on important areas of money laundering law and practice, including: -identifying the money launderer -making a suspicious activity report -tipping off -establishing a compliance regime -the FSA money laundering rules -guidance notes published by professional bodies and trade associations -the investigation and prosecution of money laundering offences Potential exposure to civil liability is also considered where, for example, a suspicious activity report is made and client/customer monies are held on account.

Money Laundering Law and Practice also incorporates the significant changes introduced by the Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2002, the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, and the Money Laundering Regulations 2002.

  • Combines a detailed examination of UK money laundering offences and statutory defences with an in-depth analysis of the key concepts underpinning the legislation
  • Provides extensive guidance on the operation of the anti-money laundering regime in practice
  • Incorporates significant changes introduced by the Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2002, the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, and the Money Laundering Regulations 2002

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Subjects:
Criminal Law
Contents:
Part I: Introduction
1. The Money Laundering Phenomenon
2. The International Dimension
3. An Overview of the UK Anti-Money Laundering Legislation
Part II: The Money Laundering Offences
4. Key Concepts in the Money Laundering Offences
5. Making an Authorized Disclosure
6. Concealing Criminal Property
7. Concerned in a Money Laundering Arrangement
8. Acquisition, Use and Possession of Criminal Property
9. Failure to Make a Suspicious Activity Report
10. Tipping Off
Part III: The Money Laundering Compliance Regime
11. The Money Laundering Regulations
12. Money Laundering Rules
13. Identifying the Money Launderer in Practice
Part IV: Money Laundering Investigations
14. Investigation Powers
15. Information Gateways
16. The Prosecution of Money Laundering Offences
17. Professional Misconduct
Part V: Issues in Civil Law
18. Constructive Trustee Liability
19. Liability in Damages
Part VI: Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security
20. Measures Against Terrorist Financing
Appendices
Flow Charts: Placement, Layering, Integration
Application of Money Laundering Regulations
Determining when Customer Identification is Required
Table of Money Laundering Offences
Table of Investigation Powers
Extracts from the EC Directives
Extracts from the UK Legislation
Sample Disclosure Form
Sample Civil Pleadings
Specimen Indictments;