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Butterworths Money Laundering Law

The work adopts a practical approach, clearly identifying the scale and complexity of problems posed by money laundering, suggesting best practice where appropriate and providing numerous useful examples.

Publisher: LNUK
Loose-Leaf
£679.00
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ISBN/ISSN: 9780406903129
Publisher: LNUK

Product description

Why should you buy Butterworths Money Laundering Law


Thoroughly updated and revised to take account of all recent developments, Butterworths Money Laundering Law provides those responsible for compliance (or for advising others on how to achieve compliance) with everything they need on suspicious transactions, analysis of the law and guidance as to procedure and relevant materials. The work adopts a practical approach, clearly identifying the scale and complexity of problems posed by money laundering, suggesting best practice where appropriate and providing numerous useful examples.

Guidance on how to detect money laundering and how to report suspicious activity is also covered in this work. It provides in-depth analysis of the relevant criminal offences, and sets out all relevant statutory materials, conventions and international materials including the JMLSG Guidance Notes. The looseleaf format ensures subscribers are kept up-to-date with all the latest developments on both a domestic and global basis.

Important jurisdictions around the world are covered in separate chapters, each written by a local expert.

Two looseleaf volumes, three service issues approx. per year (invoiced separately on publication).

Four bulletins per year in PDF format are included in the subscription price.

Table of contents

Introduction
Money Laundering Methodology
The Primary Offences of Money Laundering
Money Laundering Regulations
International Regulatory Initiatives
Comparative Analysis; Confiscation
Tax Evasion
The Impact of the Legislation, including: Statutory Materials (domestic primary and secondary legislation)
International Materials (UN Documents, EC Material and Conventions / Recommendations and FATF Documents)
UK Materials
Tables
Index