The Consultancy and In House Training Division of The Anti Money Laundering Network
We have been providing high level consultancy to companies and governments since 1994. Led by Nigel Morris-Cotterill, who as a solicitor spent a quarter of a century in litigation, risk management, compliance, corporate law and criminal defence, Silkscreen justifiably lays claim to consider the issues of money laundering and terrorist financing from the broadest possible perspective.
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As the consulting arm of The Anti Money Laundering Network, Silkscreen is plugged into the industry in a way that other consultancies can only hope to achieve - one day. But as we have more than a decade's start on many of those who will knock on your door, you need to remember that experience counts - and we have more, and more relevant and wider experience.
We provide in-house training, we draft manuals, we design risk management systems and risk matrices, we help draft law and regulation and we help companies understand the complexities of bringing into effect systems that can make or break the business.
15 August 2012
Sun Tzu and the art of Litigation: tipping the Scales of Justice in your client's favour
Nigel Morris-Cotterill, Solicitor (retired), Head, The Anti Money Laundering Network
Publisher: CreateSpace, USA (global distribution via Amazon.com and associated websites / bookshops.
Publication date: 20 August 2012
23 November 2011
London and Hong Kong.
What's wrong with counter-money laundering laws? For a start, says Nigel Morris-Cotterill, in a major series for Complinet / Reuters Accelus, is the mistaken name "Anti Money Laundering." Governments don't want to prevent criminals laundering money: they want intelligence that allows them to use the money trail to track criminals and to freeze, seize and confiscate proceeds of criminal conduct. So it's not "anti money laundering" it's "counter money laundering."