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International Guide To Money Laundering Law & Practice 5e (5th Revised edition)

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Author(s): Srivastava, Arun & Simpson, Mark;
Classification(s): Financial law; Criminal law & procedure;
Readership / Audience Level: Professional & Vocational
ISBN-13: 9781526502308
ISBN-10: 1526502305
Publication Date: 30 Nov 2018
Imprint: Bloomsbury Professional
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Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Publication Country: United Kingdom
Binding / Product Type: Hardback
Pages: 1560
Dimensions: W: 156 mm / H: 248 mm
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Starting with an overview of the development of money laundering and the work of international organisations, International Guide to Money Laundering Law and Practice is a unique publication providing a detailed insight into the background of money laundering operations, clearly explaining the anti-money laundering laws and regulations in 35 key global financial centres throughout the world. In addition, there are four chapters considering money laundering law and practice in the UK with the emphasis on the legal and regulatory framework and include: a chapter on the accounting and auditing issues; and a chapter on confiscating the proceeds of crime written by Jonathan Fisher, QC, a leading barrister specialising in corporate and financial crime, proceeds of crime and tax cases. It also contains a chapter covering international responses and initiatives to money laundering. The fifth edition covers, amongst other things, the implementation of the Fifth EU Money Laundering Directive and the Criminal Finances Bill. Written by local experts and edited by a team from Baker McKenzie's Financial Services Group, International Guide to Money Laundering Law and Practice is the leading, authoritative text on this heavily regulated area of law. It is essential for all banking and finance practitioners involved in anti-money laundering, banks, compliance officers and regulators in order to keep abreast of the developments and compliant with the law and regulations internationally.

Chapter 1: UK Part I - UK Money Laundering - Typological considerations Chapter 2: UK Part II - UK law and practice Chapter 3: UK Part III - Practical implementation of Regulations and Rules Chapter 4: UK Part IV - Confiscating the Proceeds of Crime Chapter 5: UK Part V - Accounting and auditing issues Chapter 6: International initiatives Chapter 7: Argentina Chapter 8: Australia Chapter 9: Austria Chapter 10: The Bahamas Chapter 11: Belgium Chapter 12: Bermuda Chapter 13: Brazil Chapter 14: British Virgin Islands Chapter 15: Canada Chapter 16: Cayman Islands Chapter 17: China Chapter 18: France Chapter 19: Germany Chapter 20: Gibraltar Chapter 21: Greece Chapter 22: Guersney Chapter 23: Hong Kong Chapter 24: India Chapter 25: The Isle of Man Chapter 26: Italy Chapter 27: Japan Chapter 28: Jersey Chapter 29: Liechtenstein Chapter 30: Luxembourg Chapter 31: The Netherlands Chapter 32: New Zealand Chapter 33: Russia Chapter 34: Saudi Arabia Chapter 35: Singapore Chapter 36: South Africa Chapter 37: Spain Chapter 38: Switzerland Chapter 39: United Arab Emirates Chapter 40: Ukraine Chapter 41: United States of America

Reviews

...an extremely useful one stop shop for international money laundering law...should have a place in every practitioner's library -- Review of 4th edition, Peter Binning, partner, Corker Binning * New Law Journal *

Author Biography

Arun Srivastava heads Baker McKenzie's Financial Services Group in London and coordinates the activities of the Firm's Europe Financial Services Group. Working collaboratively with other financial services practitioners in the region, he provides sound and comprehensive legal advice on regulatory requirements across Europe. Arun's practice focuses on helping regulated firms comply with evolving regulatory obligations. He also advises issuers of securities on financial promotion and securities law requirements relating to the public offer of securities. Arun likewise counsels on the application of financial services litigation and its implication on financial institutions and companies in the non-financial sector. He advises foreign governments on the development of financial services regulation in their respective jurisdictions. Mark Simpson is a Senior Associate in Baker McKenzie's Financial Services Group and a member of the firm's Business Crime Unit. Based in the London office, Mark specialises in advising clients on financial services regulation and financial crime matters. Mark regularly advises clients inside and outside the regulated sector on key financial crime issues affecting their business, in particular in the areas of money laundering, terrorist financing, financial sanctions, insider dealing, market abuse, fraud, bribery and corruption. Nina Moffatt is an Associate in Baker McKenzie's Financial Services Group. Based in the London office, Nina regularly advises clients in the regulated and non-regulated sector on compliance with regulatory requirements applicable to their business. Nina advises on money laundering compliance issues, including issues arising from mergers and acquisitions in emerging market jurisdictions. She also advises a wide range of companies based in the UK and overseas on the UK's anti-money laundering legislation.

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International Guide to Money Laundering Law and Practice is the leading practitioner text providing authorative anaylsis of money laundering operations and anti-money laundering laws and regulations in key global financial centres throughout the world.