Lottery Offences in UK Law
A typological study on money laundering
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to make objective descriptions on various money‐laundering techniques and to put forward countermeasures in order to combat money laundering more effectively a...
The wake of the recession has witnessed a boom in direct selling schemes also known as pyramid selling, multi‐level marketing or network marketing. Boasting annual sales of £200m, they provide ‘gct...
Insider trading in China: the case for the Chinese Securities Regulatory Commission
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to examine the effectiveness of illegal insider trading enforcement in China by focusing, among other things, on the Chinese Securities Regulatory Commission's...
Turkey: Efforts to Prevent Money Laundering
Since Turkey has realised the importance of anti money‐laundering measures as one of the means of struggle against serious crime, it has initiated programmes for introducing new legislation in orde...
Investigation and prosecution of money laundering cases in Malaysia
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to examine money laundering cases investigated by the Central Bank of Malaysia under the Anti‐Money Laundering and Anti‐Terrorism Financing Act 2001. Design/m...
Fighting financial crime: failure is not an option
Purpose: The purpose of this study is to provide an overview of some of the deficiencies in the criminal justice system in Jamaica, particularly relating to financial crime. The author also examine...
Is online fraud just fraud? Examining the efficacy of the digital divide
Purpose: Fraud is not a new offence. However, the recent evolution and proliferation of technologies (predominantly the internet) has seen offenders increasingly use virtual environments to target ...
Running to stand still: reflections on the cashgate scandal heist in Malawi
Purpose: In September, 2013 following a police tip, a government accounts clerk was found with huge sums of cash amounting to US$300,000 in his car, and a week later, Malawi’s Budget Director (Trea...
Tax Evasion — A Crime in Itself: The Relationship with Money Laundering
This article considers briefly the general background to tax evasion, why it is a crime and the relationship between tax evasion and money laundering.
Money laundering and civil forfeiture regime: Malaysian experience
Purpose: Money laundering is a complex issue which has been ongoing for many years globally. Developed and developing countries form anti-money laundering regime in the view to combat these ever-ch...
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