Money Laundering Control in the Caribbean

Money Laundering Control in the Caribbean
Auteur:
Ali, Shazeeda A.
ISBN:
9789041199058
ISBN10:
9041199055
Reeks:
Studies in Comparative Corporate and Financial Law
Uitgever:
Aspen Pub
Taal:
Russisch
Bindwijze:
Diversen
Publicatiedatum:
20030101
Publicatiestatus:
Onbekend
Druk:
1
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Inhoudsopgave

Foreword xiii
Preface xv
Table of Abbreviations xvii
Table of Cases xix
Table of Statutes and Statutory Instruments xxviii
Introduction 1(268)
1. Money Laundering - Methods, Risks and Consequences
Introduction
5(1)
Vulnerabilities and Risks
5(5)
(i) Geographic Location
5(2)
(ii) Law Enforcement Constraints
7(1)
(iii) Offshore Financial Industry
8(1)
(iv) Gaming Industry
8(1)
(v) US Dollar Circulation and Demand
8(1)
(vi) Cash-oriented Societies
9(1)
(vii) Free Trade
9(1)
Emerging Threats
10(4)
The Danger of Money Laundering
14(8)
(i) The Perpetuation of Crime
14(3)
(ii) 'Purchasing Power'
17(3)
(iii) Facilitating Fiscal Abuses
20(2)
Economic Impact of Money Laundering
22(5)
Conclusion
27(2)
2. Paradise Lost? Offshore Financial Havens and Money Laundering
Introduction
29(1)
Defining the Offshore Financial Industry
29(1)
Emergence of the Region's Offshore Financial Industry
30(4)
The Facilitators of Money Laundering
34(10)
Offshore Banks
34(3)
Offshore Companies
37(2)
Offshore Insurance
39(1)
Offshore Trusts
39(5)
Secrecy of Operations
44(4)
Public Records
45(1)
Banking/Financial Confidentiality
46(2)
Penetrating the Wall of Secrecy
48(4)
Conclusion
52(3)
3. The Evolution of Money Laundering Control - A Historical Examination of Regional And International Initiatives
Introduction
55(23)
United Nations
55(3)
Basle Committee on Banking Regulations and Supervisory Practices
58(1)
Offshore Group of Banking Supervisors
59(1)
Financial Action Task Force
60(3)
Caribbean Financial Action Task Force
63(3)
Commonwealth
66(2)
Organisation of American States (OAS)
68(3)
Caricom
71(1)
Summit of the Americas
72(1)
Council of Europe/European Union
73(1)
ICPO/Interpol
74(1)
World Customs Organisation
74(1)
International Organisation of Securities Commission
75(1)
Egmont Group of Financial Intelligence Units
75(1)
Wolfsberg Group
76(1)
Group of Eight (G-8)
76(1)
International Monetary Fund and World Bank
77(1)
Conclusion
78(3)
4. Making Crime a Non-Profit Activity - Confiscation and Forfeiture
Introduction
81(1)
Scope of Laws - Crimes Covered
81(1)
Forfeiture
82(6)
Confiscation
88(6)
Benefit
88(2)
Presumptions
90(2)
Realisable Amount
92(1)
Enforcement
93(1)
Ancillary Orders
94(10)
1. Information Gathering Powers
94(6)
2. Preserving Assets
100(4)
Standard of Proof
104(1)
Corporate Veil
104(1)
Seizure/Forfeiture of Property Imported or Exported
105(2)
Dead or Absconding Offenders
107(1)
Dealing with Forfeited/Confiscated Assets
107(1)
Civil Proceedings
108(2)
1. In Rem Forfeiture
108(1)
2. Actions in the Public Interest
109(1)
Conclusion
110(3)
5. Criminal Liability for Money Laundering
Introduction
113(1)
Money Laundering Legislation
114(23)
Crimes Covered
114(1)
Offence of Money Laundering
115(1)
Actus Reus
115(3)
Mens Rea
118(3)
Proof of Illicit Source of Wealth
121(2)
Defences
123(4)
Corporate Criminal Liability
127(4)
Accessory Liability
131(1)
Inchoate Offences
132(1)
Property
132(1)
Extra-territoriality
133(1)
Presumptions and Reverse Onus of Proof
133(3)
Penalties
136(1)
Use of Non-Money Laundering Laws to Prosecute Money Laundering Activity
137(1)
Conspiracy to Defraud
138(1)
Conclusion
139(2)
6. The Civil Law Dimension
Introduction
141(1)
Principal or Facilitator Liability
142(1)
Common Law Restitution
142(1)
Actions in Equity Against Intermeddlers
143(12)
1. Third Party Recipients
144(5)
2. Dishonest Assistance
149(6)
The Fiduciary 'Fiction' and a New Basis for Accessory Liability
155(4)
Misuse of Information and Third Party Liability
159(1)
Quandary for Intermediaries
160(1)
Corporate v. Personal Liability
161(2)
Tracing
163(4)
Remedies
167(3)
Tools of the Civil Law
170(5)
1. Information Gathering Powers
170(3)
2. Preserving Assets for Judgment
173(2)
Enforcement of Foreign Judgments
175(1)
Funding Litigation
175(1)
Conclusion
176(3)
7. The Prevention and Detection of Money Laundering
Introduction
179(1)
Who Should be Responsible?
179(4)
The Financial Services Industry
180(2)
Non-Financial Sector
182(1)
Transaction Reporting
183(8)
Currency Transaction Reports
184(3)
Suspicious Transaction Reports
187(2)
Internal Reports
189(1)
Legal Profession Exemption
190(1)
Predicate Offences Triggering Reports
190(1)
Consequences of Filing Reports
191(6)
Immunities and Protection
191(2)
Tipping Off
193(4)
Monitoring Orders
197(1)
Internal Controls
198(4)
'Know Your Customer'
199(1)
Record-Keeping
200(1)
'Know Your Staff'
201(1)
Preserving Financial Sector Integrity
202(1)
Reporting Authority/Financial Intelligence Units
202(3)
External Controls: Supervision of the Financial Services Industry
205(2)
Civil Liberties Issues
207(3)
Conclusion
210(1)
8. International Co-operation
Introduction
211(1)
Development of Mutual Assistance Mechanisms
211(1)
Purpose of Mutual Legal Assistance Agreements
212(1)
Mutual Assistance Laws
213(7)
A. Designated Countries
213(1)
B. Central Authority
213(1)
C. Types of Assistance Required
214(2)
D. Limitations on Assistance Available
216(4)
Co-operation v. Confidentiality
220(1)
Enforcement of Foreign Confiscation/Forfeiture Orders
221(3)
Asset sharing
224(1)
Private Litigants
225(1)
Letters Rogatory
225(1)
Use of Information Obtained in Civil Proceedings for Foreign Criminal Investigations
226(1)
Improperly Obtained Evidence
227(1)
Recovering Offenders
228(1)
Non-traditional Areas of International Co-operation
229(1)
Universal Jurisdiction - The International Criminal Court
230(2)
Conclusion
232(1)
9. The 'Long-Arm' of American Anti-Money Laundering Initiatives
Introduction
233(1)
Jurisdiction and Extra-territoriality
234(1)
Liability for Money Laundering under US law
235(4)
Jurisdiction Over the Potential Defendant
239(2)
Venue
241(1)
Obtaining Evidence Located Abroad
241(6)
Forfeiture by US Courts of Assets Located Abroad
247(4)
Index of Forbidden Persons
251(2)
Regulating Foreign Financial Intermediation
253(2)
US Foreign Policy
255(1)
New Good Neighbour Policy
256(1)
Conclusion
257(2)
10. The Phenomenon of Categorisation
Introduction
259(1)
Financial Action Task Force (FATF)
259(4)
Financial Stability Forum (FSF)
263(2)
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
265(1)
Conclusion
266(3)
Conclusion 269(6)
Annex 275(2)
Bibliography 277(18)
Index 295


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Titel:
Money Laundering Control in the Caribbean
ISBN:
9789041199058
ISBN-10:
9041199055
Auteur:
Ali, Shazeeda A.

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