マネーロンダリングの防止<br>Money Laundering Prevention : Deterring, Detecting, and Resolving Financial Fraud

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マネーロンダリングの防止
Money Laundering Prevention : Deterring, Detecting, and Resolving Financial Fraud

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 204 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780470874752
  • DDC分類 658.473

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A how-to guide for the discovery and prevention of the illegal transfer of money Written for the private sector where most money laundering takes place this book clearly explains shows business professionals how to deter, detect, and resolve financial fraud cases internally. It expertly provides an understanding of the mechanisms, tools to detect issues, and action lists to recover hidden funds. * Provides action-oriented material that will show how to deter, detect, and resolve financial fraud cases * Offers an understanding of the mechanisms, tools to detect issues, and action list to recover hidden funds * Covers mechanisms for moving money, identifying risk exposures, and investigating money movement Arming auditors, investigators, and compliance personnel with the guidance that, up until now, has been restricted to criminal investigators, Money Laundering Prevention provides nuts-and-bolts information needed to fully understand the money laundering process.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            xi
Acknowledgments xix
Chapter 1 Understanding the Process of 1 (22)
Money Laundering
What Is Money Laundering? 1 (1)
Money Laundering Defined 2 (2)
Why Do People Launder Money? 4 (2)
The Money Laundering Cycle 6 (4)
Money Laundering Is a Criminal Business 10 (1)
Money Laundering Is Global 11 (2)
Money Launderers Adapt Technology 13 (1)
The Role of Technology 14 (1)
The Role of Banks 15 (2)
The Role of Nations 17 (1)
Regional Hotspots 18 (2)
The Birth of the Financial Action Task 20 (2)
Force (FATF)
Conclusion 22 (1)
Chapter 2 Motivations for Getting Involved 23 (24)
Involvement Is Personal 23 (1)
People Weigh the Odds of Success 24 (2)
Where Do Laundered Funds Come From? 26 (1)
The Impact of Corruption 27 (1)
Why Is Corruption Increasing? 28 (2)
Corruption Always Begins Small 30 (1)
Bribery and Corruption of Your Employees 31 (2)
Bribery and Corruption by Your Employees 33 (1)
Evolution of Government Attitudes 34 (1)
Official Corruption Impacts Individual 35 (1)
Corruption
Tax Evasion as a Gateway to Money 36 (1)
Laundering
Moving from Taxes to Criminal Activity 37 (1)
The Rise of Regional and Multinational 38 (2)
AML Organizations
The Connection between Fraud and Money 40 (2)
Laundering
Money Laundering as a Do-It-Yourself 42 (1)
Activity
The Service Providers: Bankers, 42 (3)
Accountants, and Lawyers
Conclusion 45 (2)
Chapter 3 Mechanisms for Moving Money 47 (24)
Money Laundering Requires Movement 47 (1)
through the System
Broken Windows Encourage Other Crimes 48 (1)
Look Local, Think Global 49 (2)
Expanding International Requirements 51 (1)
Financial Havens Are Expanding 52 (1)
Money Laundering Is a Growth Industry 53 (1)
Law Enforcement Gets a Big Boost 54 (2)
Profit Drives Criminal Activity 56 (1)
Structuring the Scheme to Succeed 57 (1)
Why Use a Bank, When You Can Own One? 58 (1)
Learning from the Big Fraud Schemes 59 (1)
Confronting the Inevitable 60 (1)
Balancing Security and Cost 61 (1)
Effective Fraud Prevention Strategies 62 (1)
The Fraud Triangle 63 (1)
Where to Start 64 (3)
Mitigating Improper Behavior 67 (1)
Conclusion 68 (3)
Chapter 4 Going Global 71 (18)
Taking Money around the World 71 (1)
Moving the Money Offshore 72 (2)
Avoiding Detection 74 (1)
Historical Basis for Money Laundering 75 (1)
Role of Private Banking 76 (1)
Enhanced Regulations 77 (2)
The Black Market Peso Exchange 79 (1)
Increasing Cooperation in Regulation 80 (1)
Regional Distinctions 81 (2)
Global Efforts 83 (1)
The Law Enforcement Focus 84 (3)
Conclusion 87 (2)
Chapter 5 Technology and Tomorrow 89 (20)
The Impact of Technology 89 (2)
The Next Phase of Money Laundering 91 (1)
Everything Old Becomes New Again 92 (1)
Being Anybody You Want to Be 93 (1)
Welcome to the Future 94 (1)
So What Is the AML Response? 94 (2)
Evolution of AML Controls 96 (1)
Adjusting to Rapidly Increasing Scale 97 (2)
A Highly Flexible Methodology Results in 99 (1)
Processes that Are Difficult to Stop
AML Is a Process, Not a Destination 100(1)
All Countries' Regulatory Programs Are 101(2)
Not Equal
Technology and Offshore Havens Intersect 103(1)
The Cost vs. the Benefit 104(1)
Consider the Pace of Change and Progress 105(1)
Conclusion 106(3)
Chapter 6 Discovery and Prevention 109(22)
Early Warning Is Essential to AML 109(1)
Proactive Means Active 110(1)
By the Numbers 111(1)
Paradigm Shift 112(2)
Testing Your Own AML Systems 114(1)
Expanding the Business Comparison 115(1)
The Regulatory Framework 116(1)
High-Risk Areas 117(2)
Money Laundering Meets Terror Financing 119(2)
Hiding in Plain Sight 121(1)
Criminalizing the Concealment Activities 122(2)
Creating Financial Fronts 124(1)
Keeping the Money Moving 125(1)
Keeping the Tax Man Happy 126(2)
Conclusion 128(3)
Chapter 7 Terror Financing 131(12)
Terrorists Use Money Laundering Techniques 131(1)
Similarities and Distinctions 132(1)
Application of the Methodology to Terror 133(2)
Financing
Global Impact of Financial Crimes 135(2)
Alternative Laundering Mechanisms 137(2)
Regulatory Responses 139(2)
Conclusion 141(2)
Chapter 8 Identifying Risk Exposures 143(16)
AML Exposures: Assessing Financial 143(1)
Institution Risk
Language, Culture, and Ethnicity 144(1)
The Legal Landscape 145(2)
Geography: Distance Matters 147(1)
The Goal of the Launderer Is to Hide 147(2)
The United States Takes a Different 149(2)
Approach
Laundering Groups Seek to Evade Detection 151(1)
A Fractured Enforcement and Regulatory 152(1)
Picture
The Regulatory Position on Cyber Risks 152(2)
Simple Fraud, Still Successful 154(4)
Conclusion 158(1)
Chapter 9 Investigating Money Movement 159(20)
Money Laundering Is Now Transnational 159(1)
Organized Crime
Succeeding in the Investigative Process 160(1)
Government Access to Information 161(2)
Mining Data for Money Laundering 163(1)
Some Products Help the Perpetrators 164(1)
Investigating Virtual Payment Technologies 165(2)
Looking to the Future Investigative Issues 167(2)
Putting an Investigative Plan in Motion 169(1)
People Are Essential to Proof 170(2)
Finding Money Laundering Abroad 172(1)
Money Laundering Exposure during the 173(4)
Financial Industry Consolidation
Conclusion 177(2)
Chapter 10 Reporting and Recovery 179(14)
Reporting to Law Enforcement 179(1)
Honest People Act Differently 180(1)
Anticipating Challenges with Cyber 181(2)
Recoveries
Building Appropriate Controls into Online 183(2)
Payment Systems
Global Coordination on Future Issues 185(1)
Weighing Access vs. Privacy 185(2)
Compliance Issues 187(1)
Putting Recovery Plans into Action 188(3)
Conclusion 191(2)
Chapter 11 Conclusion 193(4)
About the Author 197(2)
Index 199