Money Laundering

Money Laundering

  • 10 May 2000

The lecture focused on anti-money laundering initiatives as international tools to fight organized crime and explored organizational and legislative programs in different countries. McDonald urged setting up Financial Investigation Units at the national level, entrusted with the task of reviewing financial reports and intelligence and managing financial information compatible with state legislative systems. The lecture presented a ten-point regulatory program recommended by experts in the Money Laundering Alert that would allow financial institutions to protect themselves from criminal exploitation for money laundering purposes. A summary was also given of the Financial Action Task Force recommendations on developing anti-money laundering programs.

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Wednesday 10 May 2000

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Wednesday 10 May 2000

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