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International and European Financial Criminal Law

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Edited by: Ilias Bantekas, Giannis Keramidas

ISBN13: 9781405715645
ISBN: 1405715642
Published: September 2006
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £346.00



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International and European Financial Criminal Law explains in detail the criminal elements and regulation of international and transnational financial transactions. Using a practical, transactional focus, the book aims to be a one-stop shop on legal issues relating to international financial crime.

Containing authoritative content from an expert team, International and European Financial Criminal Law is simply the most comprehensive title on this subject available.

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Subjects:
International Criminal Law, Banking and Finance, Money Laundering
Contents:
1. Introduction: The Legal Nature and Scope of International Financial Crime;
A - SUBSTANTIVE LAW;
2. EU Money Laundering;
3. International Money Laundering Regulation;
4. Organised Crime and its Impact on Financial Markets;
5. Terrorist Financing;
6. Transnational Corporate and White Collar Crime;
7. Transnational Securities Fraud and Criminal Misconduct;
8. Criminal Liability of Banks and Credit Agencies;
9. Corruption in International Law;
10. Criminal Implications from the Violation of Anti-Trust Law;
11. Criminal Implications from Transnational Tax Evasion;
12. Fraud against the EU Budget;
B - PROCEDURE AND ENFORCEMENT;
13. Proceeds of Crime and Civil Remedies;
14. Mutual Legal Assistance and Extradition;
15. EU Mechanisms Detecting and Combating Financial Crime;
C - PRACTICAL MATTERS;
16. Risk Management;
17. Systems and Controls;
18. Training Staff;
D - APPENDICES