Money Laundering, First Edition (Butterworth's Compliance Series)
Toby GrahamISBN: 0406932484; 9780406932488;
Book DescriptionMoney laundering law and practice is found in three branches of the law criminal, civil and regulatory. Often these are approached separately but the authors of Graham, Bell and Elliott Money Laundering believe that a full understandingof the issues requires dealing with all three areas at once while remaining sensitive to the connections between them. In recent years there have been major developments that make this new work both timely and important. The new Proceeds of CrimeAct 2002 creates a much strengthened set of money laundering offences which are expected to be extensively used by prosecutors. The creation of the Assets Recovery Agency, with new powers to seek the civil recovery of the proceeds of crime, significantly enhances the scope of action that may be taken against property suspected to be derived from criminal conduct. In addition, there have been significant changes to the regulatory components of UK money laundering law brought...