Dirty Dealing: The Untold Truth about Global Money Laundering, International Crime and Terrorism
"Dirty Dealing exposes the awesome scale and scope of global money laundering and its filtration into the world's legitimate business structures. Peter Lilley lifts the lid on this murky and frightening underworld and reveals how highly organized and sophisticated criminal organizations and terrorist groups are seriously undermining the economies of many countries, their financial systems, governments and businesses. Full of incredible stories, facts and figures, it has been extensively revised and includes information on: the funding of international terrorism; major national and international criminal groups; the impact of the Internet and 'cyber laundering'; and anti-money laundering strategies for all types of business." "Dirty Dealing is the first book to show how the proceeds of global organized crime are laundered throughout the world's banking systems to emerge without a hint of stain, and more than likely into your bank account or pocket."--BOOK JACKET.
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In the beginning
The nth largest global business activity
The nearest thing to alchemy
the business of money laundering
cyber laundering in the 21st century
The laundering of terror
the official response
preventative strategies for business
The final spin
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