Now available for Kindle and PC
Now available for Kindle and the Kindle reader for PC *, How not to be a money launderer is available after a decade out of print and out of availability.
First published in 1996 with this, the second edition in 1998, this work was far ahead of its time. It described how money launderers identify targets - people, organisations and products and services, explained why the US dollar would fall in importance, how risk awareness and management was more important than simple compliance and why organisations fail to manage risk, why internet crime is easy to commit and therefore going to become a significant source of laundered funds and much more.
Written by lawyer Nigel Morris-Cotterill in a highly accessible style for non-lawyers the book sold all over the world, selling out both editions. This 2010 e-reprint omits an annex of legislation which is now out of date but is otherwise the original, groundbreaking, work.
Whilst other books have recited stories, How not to be a money launderer was the first money laundering risk management book; written for non-lawyers in financial institutions, government agencies - and commercial concerns. What it described then is just as relevant today.
The price depends on delivery mechanism and location; expect to pay around USD15 plus delivery charges, taxes, etc.
Amazon.co.uk (UK) How Not To Be A Money Launderer (e-reprint)
Amazon.com (USA) How Not To Be A Money Launderer (e-reprint)
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