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- Virtual currency: a new challenge for international AML enforcement
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- Refining the art of corruption investigations and subsequent dismissals in China
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Category Archives: 2011 Newsletter
As the regulatory landscape evolves and changes in response to the global economic crisis, and governments clamp down on tax evasion, terrorist funding, and money laundering, businesses increasingly refer to compliance as a “burden”. This is especially true for the … Continue reading →
Australia’s Dirty Laundry: Australia Moves to Improve its Anti-Bribery and Money Laundering Report Card Prior to 2012 OECD Review
After a recent series of announcements from the Office of Australia’s Minister for Home Affairs on organised crime, money laundering, bribery and corruption, you could be forgiven for thinking that Australia’s laws in these areas are on the verge of … Continue reading →
Ever since Anna Hazare launched his anti-corruption movement earlier this year, reams of newsprint and terabytes of online space have been spent analysing corruption in India. Nearly every aspect of corruption in the country has been explored and every socio-political … Continue reading →
On Thursday 15 September, we awoke to the news that Swiss banking giant UBS had lost US$2 billion as a result of the activities of an alleged “rogue trader”. During the course of the day we discovered that the trader … Continue reading →
I was lying on my top bunk in a dormitory in a Federal Prison Camp in Florida when I originally had the idea that my story could make executives sit up and listen and really bring home the importance of … Continue reading →
On 28 April 28 2011, a new regulation combating money laundering and tax evasion, the Gesetz zur Verbesserung der Bekämpfung der Geldwäsche und Steuerhinterziehung (the Schwarzgeldbekämpfungsgesetz or the Act), was launched in Germany. For the full text of the Schwarzgeldbekämpfungsgesetz, … Continue reading →
The Financial Action Task Force’s (FATF) best practice paper on Trade Based Money Laundering is useful, but it can be educational to look at an actual case study concerning money laundering and fraud to get a better understanding of the … Continue reading →
Book Review: The Investigation and Prevention of Financial Crime: Knowledge Management, Intelligence Strategy and Executive Leadership by Petter Gottschalk
“So long as there are weaknesses that can be exploited for gain, companies, other organizations and private individuals will be taken advantage of.” This is how Petter Gottschalk introduces The Investigation and Prevention of Financial Crime, getting straight to the … Continue reading →
The investigation by the UK’s Serious Fraud Office (SFO) into allegations that bribes were paid on behalf of BAE in relation to a contract with the government of Tanzania for the sale of radar equipment by BAE reached its conclusion … Continue reading →
Book Review: Crime and Corruption in Organizations, Edited by Burke, R.J., Tomlinson, E.C. and Cooper, C.L.
Given the recent times of uncertainty for financial markets and the problems faced by businesses both large and small, Crime and Corruption in Organizations is timely in that it highlights the problems of fraud, corruption and analogous behaviours in workplace … Continue reading →
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