Combating Financial Crime: The Legal, Regulatory, and Institutional Frameworks
Aiming to bring out important linkages between different kinds of financial crime and money laundering, this book features a comparative treatment of legal aspects of financial crime.
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Insider trading and money laundering
Tax evasion and money laundering
Drug trafficking and money laundering
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Anti-Money Laundering Investigations application available Online Bank of Zambia bank or financial Banking and Financial collective investment scheme Commissioner committed Companies Act 1994 Company Law derived or realized directly or indirectly Director-General directors Drug Enforcement Commission drug trafficking Drugs and Psychotropic financial assistance financial crime financial institution Financial Services Act fraudulent trading guilty Ibid illegal activity imprisonment indirectly from illegal insider dealing jurisdiction Laundering Act 2001 Laundering Investigations Unit licensed memorandum of association Money Laundering Act Narcotic Drugs offence of money person predicate offence predicate the offence Prevention of Money proceeds of crime Prohibition and Prevention property is derived Psychotropic Substances Act public officer reasonable record or thing regulated institution rule Securities Act 1993 securities exchange Services Act 1994 statutory provision subsection Substances Act 1993 Supervisory Authority tax evasion term not exceeding ultra vires unsafe and unsound unsound practice wrongful trading Zambian Companies Act