Money Laundering, Asset Forfeiture, and International Financial Crimes is a uniquely thorough and complete resource for understanding contemporary money laundering law – its prohibition, regulation, investigation and defense – both in the United States and abroad. The commentary focuses on issues of concern to attorneys, bankers, executives, and law enforcement officials, and is written by experts who have litigated both as prosecutors and defense counsel in white-collar criminal cases.
Offering practical advice on high-profile and contemporary topics, this outstanding reference covers everything you need to know about money laundering, including the SAR Activity Review, the Cash Transactions Report Act, securities fraud and money laundering investigations, and much more. Nation-specific commentaries include advice on compliance and law enforcement practices in the subject jurisdiction. The primary source material includes foreign laws in English, government reports from agencies of the U.S., money laundering treaties, important U.S. statutes and federal regulations concerning money laundering, and almost a dozen forms useful for regulatory compliance and reporting requirements.