Money Laundering Control and Banks Part 2: An Analyses of Key Challenges Facing Banks Operating in the E.U., England, South Africa & the United States

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    van Jaarsveld, Izelde Louise - Personal Name

    Money laundering is not an innocuous crime. It leaves countless victims in its wake including banks. This book continues the story of banks, money laundering and the global anti-money laundering effort. It reveals various the dilemmas that banks are facing in light of current anti-money laundering measures, and emphasises the deficiencies of the bank-customer relationship in protecting banks against the fallouts of money laundering and money laundering control. Key issues such as the illusion of bank confidentiality and the deficiencies in the global anti-money laundering regime are underscored. The money laundering control efforts of South Africa as developing nation in contrast to the European Commission, England (as member state of the European Union) and the United States and are highlighted as well. This book fundamentally reveals that banks are the best line of defence in the war against money laundering and global crime. Regardless, unless the recommendations forwarded in this book are implemented, banks will not only continue to stand defenceless against potential civil litigation, but global money laundering control will remain a mere pipedream.


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    LAP lambert academic publishing GmbH & co. : Deutchland, 2012
    596 hlm., 23 cm.
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