From the program: Anti-Money Laundering: Fundamentals of U.S. Law and Compliance
Released on: Oct. 23, 2015
Taken from the briefing Anti-Money Laundering: Fundamentals of U.S. Law and Compliance recorded October, 2015 in New York.
Money laundering involves financial transactions with the proceeds of criminal activity. Yet, contrary to popular perception, money laundering predicate offenses include not only drug trafficking, terrorist finance, and violent crimes like racketeering, murder, terrorism, and human trafficking, but also a wide range ...