What's wrong with Counter-Money Laundering Laws? Nigel Morris-Cotterill

Starting today, Complinet is publishing a detailed analysis of the current state of counter-money laundering (AML?) laws written by Nigel Morris-Cotterill, Head, The Anti Money Laundering Network.

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Dealing with Politically Exposed Persons

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A one day course for Money Laundering Risk Officers

Recent political upheaval has raised the issue of dealing with deposed or resigned long-term leaders.

What are the responsibilities of financial institutions with regard to those persons after they leave power?

And how does the position differ depending on whether they are made subject to financial sanctions?

World Money Laundering Report Volume 10 Number 2 published 21 April 2011

World Money Laundering Report Volume 10 Number 2 is published 21 April 2011

Available for free download (registered users - free registration) from www.wmlro.com.

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In this issue:

The Anti Money Laundering Network warns that Australia's Indian Tourism Drive may increase risk of money laundering

The Anti Money Laundering Network, in an article published at www.bankinginsurancesecurities.com is warning that a new tourism campaign by Australia may backfire.

Morris-Cotterill interviewed for Global Post

Nigel Morris-Cotterill, Head, The Anti Money Laundering Network and its consulting unit Silkscreen Consulting is interviewed by Phil Cain for GlobalPost.Com on the subject of banking secrecy and tax evasion with particular regard to Lichtenstein.

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