A comparative guide to anti-money laundering : a critical analysis of systems in Singapore, Switzerland, the UK and the USA / edited by Mark Pieth and Gemma Aiolfi.
Contributor(s): Pieth, Mark | Aiolfi, GemmaMaterial type: TextLanguage: English Publisher: Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA : E. Elgar Pub., c2004Description: xxiii, 462 p. ; 24 cmISBN: 1843766736; 9781843766735Subject(s): Confidential communications -- Banking | Banks and banking -- Records and correspondence -- Law and legislation | Money launderingDDC classification: 345.0268 LOC classification: K1089 | .C66 2004Online resources: WorldCat details | E-book Fulltext
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of contents 1. International standards against money laundering / Mark Pieth --
2. Role of Switzerland, United States of America, United Kingdom and Singapore as major financial centres / Oxford Analytica Ltd. --
3. Country Report : anti-money laundering laws and regulations in Singapore / Madeline Lee --
4. Country Report : combating money laundering in Switzerland / Nadja Capus --
5. Country Report : customer due diligence in Switzerland / Mathias Pini --
6. Country Report : anti-money laundering rules in the United Kingdom / Oxford Analytica Ltd. updated by Nicola Padfield --
7. Country Report : the US anti-money laundering system / Lucinda A. Low ... [et al.] --
8. Synthesis : comparing international standards and their implementation / Mark Pieth and Gemma Aiolfi.
The study, conducted by the Basel Institute on Governance, begins by examining the international standards regarding money laundering, their historical and political roots, and the driving forces that have shaped money laundering and its prevention over recent years. Then they focus on the four financial centers, each of which is important in cross.