AML Case studies / Reports

Case studies/ reports which can provide in-depth knowledge of this area. Updated regularly.

Paper prepared for the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) conference; (Re)Regulation in the Wake of Neoliberalism, Consequences of Three Decades of Privatization and Market Liberalization, Panel: Naming and Shaming, held at Utrecht University, June 5th – 7th, 2008 Prof. dr. Brigitte Unger* and Joras Ferwerda, MSc.**  Abstract Since ten years, and more...
Issue 20 - October 2011 The SAR Activity Review – Trends, Tips & Issues is a product of continual dialogue and collaboration among the nation’s financial institutions, law enforcement officials and regulatory agencies to provide meaningful information about the preparation, use and value of Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) and other...
Key points Business relationships with PEPs (politically exposed persons) are not prohibited, but the law requires the banks to treat such relationships with greater care. Switzerland‟s regulations on the handling of business relationships involving PEPs fulfil or exceed the FATF provisions, which are the international standard. Switzerland‟s supervisory approach is...
Money laundering in Australia 2011 07-NOV-2011 Money laundering in Australia 2011 presents a consolidated picture of current money laundering - the indicators and activities involved, the sectors and professions which are vulnerable, a range of new threats which are emerging, and the general framework of regulations and actions necessary to identify...
Date: Sept,2009 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This report reviews the threat that money laundering through the e-gaming industry presents and could plausibly present to society, and the ways in which the regulated e-gaming industry discharges its duty to reduce money laundering in the EU. Industry representatives interviewed agree that there can be ‘leakage’...
Date: Sept,2008 The use of electronic transactions has increased considerably in recent years. In Australia, the volume and value of cheque transactions in paper-based clearing systems fell from an average of 2.7 million per day in 2001 to 2.1 million in 2005, and from an average of $8.3b per day...