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ix, 260 pages ; 24 cm
  • Money laundering
  • Terrorist financing
  • Fraud
  • Insider dealing
  • Market abuse
  • Bribery and corruption
  • The avoidance and evasion of tax.
Outlining the different types of financial crime and their impact, this book is a user-friendly, up-to-date guide to the regulatory processes, systems and legislation which exist in the UK. Each chapter has a similar structure and covers individual financial crimes including money laundering, terrorist financing, fraud, insider dealing, market abuse, bribery and corruption and finally tax avoidance and evasion. Offences are summarized and their extent is evaluated using national and international documents. Detailed assessments of financial institutions and regulatory bodies are made and the achievements of these institutions are analysed. Sentencing and policy options for different financial crimes are included and suggestions are made as to how criminal proceeds might be recovered. This second edition has been fully updated and includes a section on cybercrime and a new chapter on tax evasion. Case summaries have also been included in those chapters where a criminal justice route is used by the prosecuting authorities.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781472464255 20170321
Law Library (Crown)
Book
xxv, 236 pages ; 23 cm.
  • Einleitung
  • Phänomene der Terrorismusfinanzierung
  • Internationale rechtliche Vorgaben
  • Geltendes deutsches Strafrecht
  • Vergleich der internationalen Vorgaben und der nationalen Regelungen
  • Rechtliche Reformmaßnahmen
  • Zusammenfassung.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
xvi, 355 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Emerging issues in the regulation of criminal and terrorist assets / Colin King and Clive Walker
  • Confiscation of the proceeds of crime : the European Union framework / Matthias J. Borgers
  • Post-conviction confiscation of assets in England and Wales : rhetoric and reality / Karen Bullock and Stuart Lister
  • Anti-Mafia forfeiture in the Italian system / Daniele Piva
  • Civil forfeiture of criminal assets in Bulgaria / Rositsa Dzhekova
  • Criminal asset recovery in Australia / Andrew Goldsmith, David Gray, and Russell G. Smith
  • "Hitting back" at organised crime : the adoption of civil forfeiture in Ireland / Colin King
  • Civil processes and tainted assets : exploring Canadian models of forfeiture / Michelle Gallant
  • Asset recovery : substantive or symbolic? / Jackie Harvey
  • Corruption, the United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC) and asset recovery / Indira Carr and Robert Jago
  • Terrorism financing and the policing of charities : who pays the price? / Clive Walker
  • US efforts to stem the flow of funds to terrorist organizations : export controls, financial sanctions, and material support / Laura K. Donohue
  • Dismantling terrorist's economics : the Spanish experience / Thomas Baumert and Mikel Buesa
  • EU counter-terrorist sanctions : the questionable success story of criminal law in disguise / Christina Eckes.
Adopting a multi-disciplinary and comparative approach, this book focuses on the emerging and innovative aspects of attempts to target the accumulated assets of those engaged in criminal and terrorist activity, organized crime and corruption. It examines the 'follow-the-money' approach and explores the nature of criminal, civil and regulatory responses used to attack the financial assets of those engaged in financial crime in order to deter and disrupt future criminal activity as well as terrorism networks. With contributions from leading international academics and practitioners in the fields of law, economics, financial management, criminology, sociology and political science, the book explores law and practice in countries with significant problems and experiences, revealing new insights into these dilemmas. It also discusses the impact of the 'follow-the-money' approach on human rights while also assessing effectiveness. The book will appeal to academics and researchers of financial crime, organized crime and terrorism as well as practitioners in the police, prosecution, financial and taxation agencies, policy-makers and lawyers.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781409462538 20160612
Law Library (Crown)
Book
1 online resource (372 pages) : illustrations.
  • Contents: Part I Introductory Matters: Emerging issues in the regulation of criminal and terrorist assets, Colin King and Clive Walker. Part II Criminal and Civil Responses to Illicit Assets: Confiscation of the proceeds of crime: the European Union framework, Matthias J. Borgers-- Post-conviction confiscation of assets in England and Wales: rhetoric and reality, Karen Bullock and Stuart Lister-- Anti-mafia forfeiture in the Italian system, Daniele Piva-- Civil forfeiture of criminal assets in Bulgaria, Rosita Dzhekova-- Criminal asset recovery in Australia, Andrew Goldsmith, David Gray and Russell G. Smith-- 'Hitting back' at organised crime: the adoption of civil forfeiture in Ireland, Colin King-- Civil processes and tainted assets: exploring Canadian models of forfeiture, Michelle Gallant-- Asset recovery: substantive or symbolic?, Jackie Harvey-- Corruption, the United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC) and asset recovery, Indira Carr and Robert Jago. Part III Responses to the Financing of Terorist Activity: Terrorism financing and the policing of charities: who pays the price?, Clive Walker-- US efforts to stem the flow of funds to terrorist organizations: export controls, financial sanctions , and material support, Laura K. Donohue-- Dismantling terrorists' economics: the Spanish experience, Thomas Baumert and Mikel Buesa-- EU counter-terrorist sanctions: the questionable success story of criminal law in disguise, Christina Eckes-- Bibliography-- Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781409462538 20160612
Adopting a multi-disciplinary and comparative approach, this book focuses on the emerging and innovative aspects of attempts to target the accumulated assets of those engaged in criminal and terrorist activity, organized crime and corruption. It examines the 'follow-the-money' approach and explores the nature of criminal, civil and regulatory responses used to attack the financial assets of those engaged in financial crime in order to deter and disrupt future criminal activity as well as terrorism networks. With contributions from leading international academics and practitioners in the fields of law, economics, financial management, criminology, sociology and political science, the book explores law and practice in countries with significant problems and experiences, revealing new insights into these dilemmas. It also discusses the impact of the 'follow-the-money' approach on human rights while also assessing effectiveness. The book will appeal to academics and researchers of financial crime, organized crime and terrorism as well as practitioners in the police, prosecution, financial and taxation agencies, policy-makers and lawyers.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781409462538 20160612
Book
203 pages ; 20 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
xii, 195 pages ; 24 cm
  • Part I: Preliminary
  • Part II: Preventive measures
  • Part III: Financial intelligence unit
  • Part IV: Money laundering and terrorism financing offices
  • Part V: Conviction-based confiscation, benefit recovery and extended benefit recovery orders
  • Part VI: Civil forfeiture
  • Part VII: Investigative orders
  • Part VIII: Cross-border transportation of currency and bearer negotiable instruments
  • Part IX: Cash forfeiture
  • Part X: Unexplained wealth orders
  • Part XI: Assest management
  • Part XII: Recovered assets fund
  • Part XIII: Sanctions.
Corruption undermines the rule of law, good governance, and sustainable growth and development. Most countries have prohibited all forms of corruption, yet corruption persists due largely to a lack of appropriate strategies and structures to inhibit it. Such strategies include effective and comprehensive legal frameworks to prevent, punish and take the profit out of corruption. The Common Law Legal Systems Model Legislative Provisions aims to enable Commonwealth countries to evaluate measures that can be incorporated into domestic law to prevent, detect, and effectively sanction money laundering and terrorism financing and to recover the proceeds of crime.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781849291507 20170327
Law Library (Crown)

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