Research and Markets: Look At Money Laundering In 2004 Today.DUBLIN, Ireland -- "Money laundering and complex scams straddle In the stock and commodity markets, a strategy in options contracts consisting of an equal number of put options and call options on the same underlying share, index, or commodity future. multiple jurisdictions, taking advantage of the gaps in oversight and cooperation between national authorities."
Mr. Lee Hsien Loong Lee Hsien Loong, 1952–, prime minister of Singapore (2004–). The eldest son of Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore's first prime minister, Lee was educated at Cambridge and Harvard while also serving (beginning in 1974) in Singapore's armed forces. , Deputy Prime Minister A Deputy Prime Minister or Vice Prime Minister is, in some countries, a government minister who can take the position of acting Prime Minister when the real Prime Minister is temporarily absent. & Chairman of the Monetary Authority of Singapore The Monetary Authority of Singapore (Abbreviation: MAS; Chinese: 新加坡金融管理局; Malay: Penguasa Kewangan Singapura) is Singapore's central bank. .
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c9631) has announced the addition of Money Laundering - Controls and Prevention to their offering
"Money laundering may look like a polite form of white collar crime white collar crime n. a generic term for crimes involving commercial fraud, cheating consumers, swindles, insider trading on the stock market, embezzlement and other forms of dishonest business schemes. , but it is the companion of brutality, deceit and corruption."
Mr. Lawrence H. Summers, Former US Treasury Secretary.
The contents of this report are as follows:
Introduction: The UK Experience with AML AML - A Manufacturing Language , Andrew P. Clark, European Head for AML, PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Chapter One: What is Money Laundering?
Chapter Two: How Does Money Laundering Work?
Chapter Three: Money Laundering Case Studies.
Chapter Four: Enterprise-wide Money Laundering Deterrence Programme.
Chapter Five: Money Laundering Legislation and Guidelines.
Chapter Six: International Developments in Legislation/Guidelines.
Chapter Seven: A Review of the FATF FATF Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering
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Chapter Eight: Compliance and Co-operation with International Regulators.
Chapter Nine: Offshore Banks, Companies, Trusts and Money Laundering.
Chapter Ten: Recognising Money Laundering Activities.
Chapter Eleven: Know Your Customer (KYC KYC Know Your Customer
KYC Know Your Client ).
Chapter Twelve: Retention of Financial Transaction Documentation.
Chapter Thirteen: AML Reports and Technology.
Chapter Fourteen: The Process of Suspicious Transaction Report Filing.
Chapter Fifteen: The Quality of Suspicious Transaction Reports.
Chapter Sixteen: Awareness and Training.
Chapter Seventeen: Money Laundering Risk Sectors and Typologies -- Part One.
Chapter Eighteen: Money Laundering Risk Sectors and Typologies -- Part Two.
Chapter Nineteen: Terrorist Financing.
Chapter Twenty: Case Studies on Terrorist Financing. Chapter Twenty-one: Accountants and Auditors.
Chapter Twenty-two: Risk Analysis of Money Laundering by Country.
Chapter Twenty-three: Conducting or Supporting the Investigation Process.
Chapter Twenty-four: Summary. Annexure 1: Suspicious Activity Detailed Listings. Annexure 2: Reference Sources
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