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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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The Law on Money Laundering: Statutes and Commentary

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ISBN13: 9780714647364
ISBN: 0714647365
Published: January 1997
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £120.00



The statutory provisions designed to impede the laundering of money are complex and wide-ranging. The complexity of the law is partly due to its originating in legislation which spans several areas of activity, including prevention of terrorism, drug trafficking and criminal justice. This book links these statutory provisions in a cohesive form, with subject matter explained by a commentary.

It is intended for use by all who require a practical guide to the legislation, including lawyers, law enforcement professionals, the financial services industries, and also by students as a basis for further study.

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Contents:
Part 1: introduction to money laundering.
Part 2: assisting another to retain the benefit/proceeds of drug trafficking - terrorism; other relevant criminal conduct.
Part 3: concealing, disguising, converting, transferring or removing the proceeds of drug trafficking; or other relevant criminal conduct.
Part 4: acquiring, possessing or using the proceeds of drug trafficking; terrorism; other relevant criminal conduct.
Part 5: failure to disclose knowledge or suspicion of money-laundering offences.
Part 6: tipping-off/prejudicing and investigation, or proposed investigation, into alleged money-laundering.
Part 7: the money-laundering regulations (SI 1993/1933) - banks and banking financial services.
Part 8: further preventing measures.