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  1. Author De Sanctis is a JD with a 25-year career in criminal law. He's currently a federal appellate judge in Sao Paolo, appointed to a specialized Brazilian federal court that handles financial crimes and money-laundering cases. All this goes to say that he certainly has the background and technical knowledge to write on the subject.

  2. Jan 01, 2013 · This slim volume (barely 200 pages) starts with lengthy discussions of the history of money-laundering law and enforcement. De Sanctis also outlines the various channels through which illicit funds can flow (wire transfers, moneychangers, prepaid cash cards and so on) and some of the channels for international law-enforcement and investigatory ...

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  3. 2.0 out of 5 starsImportant subject but the data overwhelmed the author. Reviewed in the United States on May 6, 2006. As some one who in their job has to consider the impact of financial crime and anti-money laundering (and not just anti-terrorist financing), I believe the importance of books like this cannot be under-estimated. Allowing the decline of financial banking systems by recycling the proceeds of crime plus inadequate international controls allowing the transfer of the proceeds of ...

  4. Money laundering has long been the source of economic problems among both developing and established markets around the globe. The process of disguising the ownership of money leads to more federal crimes such as illegal wire transfers, mobile based illegal transactions, bulk cash smuggling across state lines, and round-tripping (Stack, 2015).

  5. Jul 05, 2018 · In fact, there are four. A veteran regulatory economist and market analyst, Dan Davies has years of experience picking the bones out of some of the most famous frauds of the modern age. Now he reveals the big picture that emerges from their labyrinths of dec. Financial crime seems horribly complicated but there are only so many ways you can con ...

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  6. Author: Jennifer Taub Publisher: New York: Viking, 2020. 298p. Reviewer: Gregg Barak | February 2021 Reviewer Gregg Barak calls Jennifer Taub’s Big Dirty Money “an erudite and compelling account of the enhanced sanctioning, normalization, and impunity of the crimes of the powerful within the United States.” It is, he concludes, a book that can serve as a white-collar crime primer for new ...