Money Laundering Law by Peter Alldridge

By Peter Alldridge

Some time past two decades motion in appreciate to the earnings of crime has moved swiftly up the legal justice schedule. not just could confiscation orders be made, yet there also are now severe sizeable legal offenses of laundering the proceeds of crime. furthermore, the implications of the regulatory regimes installed position by way of the money Laundering laws 1993 and the monetary providers Authority are very major. This publication examines significantly the background, thought and perform of these kinds of advancements, culminating within the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, which marks one other step within the circulation in the direction of larger focus either at the monetary points of crime and at the internationalization of felony legislation. The Act places in position the resources restoration service provider with the intention to be important to the method of focusing on felony monies and may have energy to deliver forfeiture court cases with no previous felony conviction and to elevate tests for taxation.

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5 See the section below ch 5, The Amending Directive. 6 See the section below, 11 September 2001. 7 And see William C Gilmore, Dirty money: the evolution of money laundering countermeasures, 2nd edn (Strasbourg, Council of Europe Press, 1999) 27–48; Financial Services Authority, The Money Laundering Theme: tackling our new responsibilities (London, FSA, 2001) 8–10; Michael Levi, ‘Following the Criminal and Terrorist Money Trails’ in Petrus van Duyne and Klaus von Lampe (eds), Criminal Finances and Organizing Crime in Europe (forthcoming).

In principle, any financial transaction could be 3 And the section below ch 5, The European Union. int/council/off/conclu/oct99> See Julian Schutte, ‘Tampere European Council Presidency Decisions’ (1999) 70 Revue Internationale de Droit Penal 1023 at 1034–35. 5 See the section below ch 5, The Amending Directive. 6 See the section below, 11 September 2001. 7 And see William C Gilmore, Dirty money: the evolution of money laundering countermeasures, 2nd edn (Strasbourg, Council of Europe Press, 1999) 27–48; Financial Services Authority, The Money Laundering Theme: tackling our new responsibilities (London, FSA, 2001) 8–10; Michael Levi, ‘Following the Criminal and Terrorist Money Trails’ in Petrus van Duyne and Klaus von Lampe (eds), Criminal Finances and Organizing Crime in Europe (forthcoming).

5 definitional issue is whether the count is made by transaction or by money and its product. If $1m in cash is laundered via 10 bank accounts the amount of money laundered is $1m: the amount by laundering transactions is $10m. 22 So far as concerns drug money, the FATF statistics reflect its assumption that 10 per cent of illegal drugs are seized. These huge figures are not reflected in activity in the courts in England and Wales. The rate at which launderers are convicted or at which money is seized from them, while increasing, remain low.

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