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Examples/Stages of Money Laundering & Methods [Expert Analysis]
The Annual Report of the Swiss Financial Intelligence Unit 2017 came out. It shows that 2909 money laundering cases have been reported to the Swiss Money Laundering Reporting Office. 5300 Million Swiss Francs have been frozen as a consequence of such reports. Are all this 5300 Million Swiss Francs the criminal proceeds deriving from money laundering activities? According to this official report each single day 11 examples of money laundering methods have been reported. That’s an absolute world record. If you want to know real life stages of money laundering and the most frequent schemes and cases of money laundering in Switzerland, if you want to know which criminal activities have produced 5300 Million criminal proceeds, watch this video until the end. ________________________________________­______________________ Caputo & Partners AG - Swiss Banking Lawyers ⇨ No hourly fees, flat & success-fee ⇨ Multilingual service ⇨ 24/7 support ⇨ First consultation free ⇨ 20 years of experience ________________________________________­______________________ CONTACT DETAILS ☎ 0041 44 212 44 04 (SWITZERLAND) ► Website: http://www.swiss-banking-lawyers.com/ ► Facebook: https://goo.gl/TB6CKI ► Google+: https://goo.gl/dhRxa0 ► LinkdIn: https://goo.gl/KIjzNN ► Twitter: https://goo.gl/qg9iCK
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Stages in Money Laundering
Money laundering is the process in which criminals conceal the source of the proceeds from their criminal activities. This video provides an overview of the money laundering process.
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3 Stages Of Money Laundering
Signup to our email list: http://complianceprep.com/youtube Get started with our 100% Guaranteed to pass CAMS Prep Course: http://complianceprep.com/cams-prep-course Learn about the 3 stages of money laundering: 1. Placement 2. Layering 3. Integration We're going to cover real world examples of money laundering so you can take the theory and put it in practice. You'll see how real estate can be used in two of the three stages. LIMITED TIME OFFER: Get access to our KYC Training course for FREE. https://getamltraining.com/kyctraining
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How does money laundering work? - Delena D. Spann
View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-does-money-laundering-work-delena-d-spann Money laundering is the term for any process that “cleans” illegally obtained funds of their “dirty” criminal origins, allowing them to be used within the legal economy. And the practice is about as old as money itself. But how does it actually work? Delena D. Spann describes the ins and outs of money laundering. Lesson by Delena D. Spann, animation by Juan M. Urbina.
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The Two Most Common Ways Criminals Launder Money
April 1 (Bloomberg) --- If you were a criminal, you used to need a whole network of people to wash all of your illicitly made cash clean, but now, all it takes is a few clicks onyour mouse. Setting up a phony shell corporation in the cayman islands is easier than applying for a rental lease in NYC. Bloomberg Businessweek's Sam Grobart takes a look at all the modern techniques criminals are using to try to get away with it all. (Source: Bloomberg) -- Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg Bloomberg Television offers extensive coverage and analysis of international business news and stories of global importance. It is available in more than 310 million households worldwide and reaches the most affluent and influential viewers in terms of household income, asset value and education levels. With production hubs in London, New York and Hong Kong, the network provides 24-hour continuous coverage of the people, companies and ideas that move the markets.
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Money Laundering a Hypothetical Guide Part 1: The Basics
View full post: http://www.onlinemba.com/blog/money-laundering-hypothetical-how-to-pt1/ The International Monetary Fund estimates that up to 5 percent of the world's gross domestic product is laundered every year. Check out this video to learn how you can get in on some of that action.
How do banks detect money laundering?
The IMF and UNODC estimate that $2.1 trillion is laundered by criminals each year, and the techniques used to launder dirty money are becoming more and more sophisticated. Hear from the people on the front line who defeat network threats every day. Cyber threats have changed and the solutions need to change too. The sophisticated techniques BAE Systems uses to protect government and military assets are helping to defend businesses around the world. Contact us today to learn more: http://www.baesystems.com/frontlinenations
Top 5 Money Laundering Facts
There's a lot of dirty money out there, and an entire underground industry dedicated to scrubbing it clean. Welcome to WatchMojo's Top 5 Facts. In this installment, we're counting down the 5 most interesting facts about the illegal, yet tantalizing world of money laundering. Suggestion Tool►►http://www.WatchMojo.com/suggest Subscribe►►http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=watchmojo Facebook►►http://www.Facebook.com/WatchMojo Twitter►►http://www.Twitter.com/WatchMojo Instagram►►http://instagram.com/watchmojo Channel Page►►http://www.youtube.com/watchmojo Special thanks to our user Christo for submitting the idea using our interactive suggestion tool at http://www.WatchMojo.com/suggest Want a WatchMojo cup, mug, t-shirts, pen, sticker and even a water bottle? Get them all when you order your MojoBox gift set here: http://watchmojo.com/store/ WatchMojo is a leading producer of reference online video content, covering the People, Places and Trends you care about. We update DAILY with 4-5 Top 10 lists, Origins, Biographies, Versus clips on movies, video games, music, pop culture and more!
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Money Laundering 101 💰 How Criminals Use Bitcoin To Hide Illegal Money 🔫💎🗡
How are criminals using bitcoin to launder money? How is money laundering with bitcoin different from traditional money laundering methods?
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Money Laundering : Learn in less than 10 Mins
In this video, we will be discussing the Relationship between FEMA & Money Laundering Legislations such as Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002 or commonly referred as PMLA. Website: http://www.fusionlawschool.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fusionlawschool/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/FusionLawSchool Google+ : https://plus.google.com/+FusionLawSchool/
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Money Laundering Explained: How Does Organized Crime Clean Dirty Money
Money Laundering Explained - Ever Wonder How Organized Crime Cleans Their Dirty Money Welcome to Money Laundering 101 How To Launder Dirty Cash and Money Laundering Explained, A twist on modern day Money Laundering Explained... #moneylaundering #cleandirtymoney #drugcartels #moneylaundering101 #howmoneylaunderingworks All Credit, Rights, and Thanks to original creators and designers for any and all clips, footage, and/or commentary used in the making the final fair use design, commentary, and/or Compilation Videos. Please note Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act of 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, commentary, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use law is permitted by copyright statute 17 U.S.C. 106A that might otherwise be infringing.
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What is layering in money laundering?
Join the Cryptoversal world at http://www.cryptoversal.com How does money laundering work? What does layering mean? How are criminals hiding the source of their funds? Cryptocurrencies reviews, ICOs, exchanges, gaming sites and payment methods. All things crypto on every level!
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How to Launder  Money in 3 Easy  Steps
Watch me as I launder actual money with these simple 3 steps to hide money from the feds. Music materials providing : MusicNoteWorld URL: http://en.music-note.jp/
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AML - Anti Money Laundering explained | By Diana Elrafei
By Diana Elrafei https://www.linkedin.com/in/diana-elrafei-245853145/ Introduction to Anti Money Laundry, what is it? what are the 3 different stages ( placement, layering , integration ) , and usual sources of dirty money ( drugs , weapons , prostitution and terrorism )
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Top 10 Money Laundering Schemes in Movies and TV Shows
Too much money can actually be a problem. Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we’re counting down our picks for the top 10 money-laundering schemes in movies and TV. Check us out at http://www.Twitter.com/WatchMojo, http://instagram.com/watchmojo and http://www.Facebook.com/WatchMojo If you want to suggest an idea for a WatchMojo video, check out our interactive Suggestion Tool at http://www.WatchMojo.com/suggest :) We have T-Shirts! Be sure to check out http://www.WatchMojo.com/store for more info. WatchMojo is a leading producer of reference online video content, covering the People, Places and Trends you care about. We update DAILY with 2-3 Top 10 lists, Origins, Biographies, Versus clips on movies, video games, music, pop culture and more!
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Anti Money Laundering - AML
https://elemetal.com/apply Money Laundering is the process of taking illegal and “dirty” funds from drug traffickers, terrorists, con artists, or other nefarious characters and converting it into clean funds. Most people do not realize how serious a problem Money Laundering is and how badly it affects the global economy. An estimated 1-2trillion in US dollars is laundered globally every year. Money Laundering is a three part process. First step is placement. Dirty funds are placed into a financial institution via Cash bank deposits. Second step is layering. Criminals make several transactions to mask the identity of the funds such as wire transfers between different accounts, deposits and withdrawals funds, changing the money's currency, and purchasing high-value items such as Gold Bars, diamonds, or artwork. Final step is Integration - The money re-enters the mainstream economy in legitimate-looking forms. This may involve a final bank transfer into a local business in which the launderer is "investing” in, or the sale of the gold and diamonds bought during the layering stage. At this point, the criminal can use the money without getting caught. Money Laundering is illegal and many times an unsuspecting business could get trapped in this vicious cycle. Diligent companies can spot bad actors and prevent this. Rigorous review process can help make sure supply chain is clear of dirty funds. For more information visit https://elemetal.com
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2  Money Laundering
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Tim Bennett Explains: Money Laundering - How the world's biggest financial crime affects you
The UK is a huge target for criminal funds according to Transparency International. This week I look at what that means for firms and their clients.
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How Real Estate Is Used To Launder Money
Signup to our email list: http://complianceprep.com/youtube Get started with our 100% Guaranteed to pass CAMS Prep Course: http://complianceprep.com/cams-prep-course In one of the first videos we discussed the three phases of Money Laundering: Placement, Layering & Integration. Real estate is often used in the Layering & Integration stages. This video covers an article out of Texas where the Federal government is taking a close look at all cash real estate deals. It's important to learn how real estate can be used, when you're monitoring transactions and conducting due diligence. All cash deals are great for the seller but may point to illicit funds. LIMITED TIME OFFER: Get access to our KYC training course for FREE https://getamltraining.com/kyctraining
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Drug Money Laundering Methods: Banking, Money & Finance in Central America Day 2 Part 1 (1988)
In 1989, the United States invaded Panama as part of Operation Just Cause, which involved 25,000 American troops. Gen. Manuel Noriega, head of government of Panama, had been giving military assistance to Contra groups in Nicaragua at the request of the U.S.—which, in exchange, allowed him to continue his drug-trafficking activities—which they had known about since the 1960s.[24][25] When the DEA tried to indict Noriega in 1971, the CIA prevented them from doing so.[24] The CIA, which was then directed by future president George H. W. Bush, provided Noriega with hundreds of thousands of dollars per year as payment for his work in Latin America.[24] However, when CIA pilot Eugene Hasenfus was shot down over Nicaragua by the Sandinistas, documents aboard the plane revealed many of the CIA's activities in Latin America, and the CIA's connections with Noriega became a public relations "liability" for the U.S. government, which finally allowed the DEA to indict him for drug trafficking, after decades of allowing his drug operations to proceed unchecked.[24] Operation Just Cause, whose ostensible purpose was to capture Noriega, pushed the former Panamanian leader into the Papal Nuncio where he surrendered to U.S. authorities. His trial took place in Miami, where he was sentenced to 45 years in prison.[24] Noriega's prison sentence was reduced from 30 years to 17 years for good behavior.[26] After serving 17 years in detention and imprisonment, his prison sentence ended on September 9, 2007.[27] He was held under U.S. custody before being extradited to French custody where he was sentenced to 7 years for laundering money from Colombian drug cartels.[28] The CIA, in spite of objections from the Drug Enforcement Administration, allowed at least one ton of nearly pure cocaine to be shipped into Miami International Airport. The CIA claimed to have done this as a way of gathering information about Colombian drug cartels, but the cocaine ended up being sold on the street.[29] In November 1993, the former head of the DEA, Robert C. Bonner appeared on 60 Minutes and criticized the CIA for allowing several tons of pure cocaine to be smuggled into the U.S. via Venezuela without first notifying and securing the approval of the DEA.[30] In November 1996, a Miami grand jury indicted former Venezuelan anti-narcotics chief and longtime CIA asset, General Ramon Guillen Davila, who was smuggling many tons of cocaine into the United States from a Venezuelan warehouse owned by the CIA. In his trial defense, Guillen claimed that all of his drug smuggling operations were approved by the CIA. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allegations_of_CIA_drug_trafficking Image By Israel Defense Forces from Israel [CC-BY-2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
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How Is Money Laundered?
Watch and share our latest video where we explain how money is laundered. Learn more about money laundering and fraud in general by visiting http://www.acfe.com/.
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A new way that scammers launder money
** UPDATE** CreditVouchers.com have suspended their service with Ravden Technologies Pvt Ltd and initiated a full investigation into the practices deployed at Ravden Technologies Pvt Ltd. I spotted another fake virus popup and these scammers use a different method to launder their money (well, new to me anyway!) The people I called are: Ravden Technologies Ltd URL: http://ravdenltd.com/index.php Phone: UK +442038682566 or +448000488407 US: +18883728111 AUS: +61290520853 EMail: [email protected] UK Company: https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/10722486 Address: GE-142/143, Rajdanga Main Road City: Kolkata State: West Bengal Post code: 700107 Country: India For more information about Vijay Kumar, see: https://namebid.com.au/articles/8/name-and-shame-spam-call-centre-bosses/ My scammer.info link: https://www.scammer.info/d/6115-ravden-ltd-popup-tech-support-scammers My Twitter handle: @JimBrowning11 If you'd like to sponsor me, this is my Patreon link: https://www.patreon.com/JimBrowning My music credits: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/BoxCat_Games/ (Epic Song)
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Banks, Cartels and Money Laundering
How do criminals turn dirty cash into clean money? Who helps them? And more importantly, what happens when the launderers are caught? Banks, Drugs and Money: Part 2 Interview with Robert Mazur http://www.stufftheydontwantyoutoknow.com/podcasts/banks-drugs-and-money-part-2/ SUBSCRIBE | http://bit.ly/stdwytk-sub WEBSITE | http://bit.ly/stdwytk-home AUDIO PODCAST | http://bit.ly/stdwytk-audio-itunes TWITTER | http://bit.ly/stdwytk-twitter FACEBOOK | http://bit.ly/stdwytk-fb EMAIL | [email protected] STORE | http://stufftheydontwantyoutoknow.spreadshirt.com Sources & Links: http://money.howstuffworks.com/money-laundering.htm/printable http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2013-07-02/hsbc-judge-approves-1-9b-drug-money-laundering-accord http://www.nytimes.com/1991/08/12/business/world-class-fraud-bcci-pulled-it-off-special-report-end-twisted-trail-piggy-bank.html?pagewanted=all https://info.publicintelligence.net/The-BCCI-Affair.pdf http://www.nytimes.com/1991/11/22/business/agent-tells-of-failures-on-bcci.html http://www.reuters.com/article/us-wachovia-settlement-idUSTRE62G35720100317 http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2010-06-29/banks-financing-mexico-s-drug-cartels-admitted-in-wells-fargo-s-u-s-deal http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-citi-banamex-money-laundering-20150722-story.html http://www.reuters.com/article/us-financial-amex-idUSN0644580020070807 Here are the facts. Join Ben and Matt to learn the Stuff They Don't Want You To Know about everything from ancient history to UFOs, government secrets, and the future of civilization. Here's where it gets crazy. New videos every week. HowStuffWorks.com | http://bit.ly/stdwytk-hsw-home Stuff You Should Know | http://bit.ly/stdwytk-sysk-home BrainStuff | http://bit.ly/stdwytk-brainstuff-home Stuff to Blow Your Mind | http://bit.ly/stdwytk-stbym-home Stuff You Missed in History Class | http://bit.ly/stdwytk-symhc-home Stuff Mom Never Told You | http://bit.ly/stdwytk-smnty-home - Banks, Cartels and Money Laundering http://www.youtube.com/user/ConspiracyStuff
#3 Understand How Money Laundering is Done
The readers of financial news are quite familiar with the crime of money laundering. But how is it actually done? What must a criminal do to actually launder money. Some say money laundering is "cleaning dirty money". While true, the phrase does not really explain how it is done. I tell a simple story here, and hope that it adds some clarity to the process of money laundering. Music by bensound.com Video editing by RedSemut
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What is money laundering? - MoneyWeek Investment Tutorial
Money laundering is any activity that tries to convert the proceeds of crime into legitimate money. Tim Bennett explains how you can avoid getting caught up in it. Related links… • What is a Ponzi scheme? – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jBGgHT2UT7o • What is insider trading? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ooWmD8cr9aA • The lazy way to get rich - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kMcK4sVK_n4 • What do investment banks actually do? – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xlYDonZLoHg • How to invest like Warren Buffett https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nbiib0IBGZY MoneyWeek videos are designed to help you become a better investor, and to give you a better understanding of the markets. They’re aimed at both beginners and more experienced investors. In all our videos we explain things in an easy-to-understand way. Some videos are about important ideas and concepts. Others are about investment stories and themes in the news. The emphasis is on clarity and brevity. We don’t want to waste your time with a 20-minute video that could easily be so much shorter.
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How does money laundering work?
Criminals have to get creative to avoid calling attention to their income. Learn more about this story at www.newsy.com/75373/ Find more videos like this at www.newsy.com Follow Newsy on Facebook: www.facebook.com/newsyvideos Follow Newsy on Twitter: www.twitter.com/newsyvideos
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Historical and Contemporary Money Laundering Techniques
Panel 1 from our Money Laundering, Cryptocurrencies + Cyber-Security conference held on November 16, 2017 at the Albany Club. Panelists include: David McFadden, Peter Warrack, Chief Superintendent John Sullivan and Detective Alpha Chan.
What is  MONEY LAUNDERING? techniques |money laundering meaning  |Urdu |yaqeen
Money laundering is the process of disguising the proceeds of crime and integrating it into the legitimate financial system. Before proceeds of crime are laundered, it is problematic for criminals to use the illicit money because they cannot explain where it came from and it is easier to trace it back to the crime.Money laundering is the generic term used to describe the process by which criminals disguise the original ownership and control of the proceeds of criminal conduct by making such proceeds appear to have derived from a legitimate source.There are three stages involved in money laundering; placement, layering and integration. Placement –This is the movement of cash from its source. On occasion the source can be easily disguised or misrepresented.Money laundering is the act of concealing the transformation of profits from illegal activitiesMoney Laundering is the movement of money tied to a crime. Money Launderingwas made illegal to take a bite out of the profits of crime as well as those who assist criminals in moving their ill gotten booty. ... Laundered money starts its life as “proceeds of crime”.
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How Money Laundering Works: The CIA, Trade & Finance in Central America Day 4 Part 3 (1988)
Money laundering is the process of changing large amounts of money that have been gained through illegitimate means. Money evidently gained through crime is "dirty" money, and money that has been "laundered" to appear as if it came from a legitimate source is "clean" money. Money can be laundered by many methods, which vary in complexity and sophistication. Different countries may or may not treat tax evasion or payments in breach of international sanctions as money laundering. Some jurisdictions differentiate these for definition purposes, and others do not. Some jurisdictions define money laundering as obfuscating sources of money, either intentionally or by merely using financial systems or services that do not identify or track sources or destinations. Other jurisdictions define money laundering to include money from activity that would have been a crime in that jurisdiction, even if it was legal where the actual conduct occurred. For example, under British law, spending proceeds from a bull fight in Spain constitutes money laundering because the bull fight would have been illegal if it had been conducted in the United Kingdom.[1] This broad brush of applying money laundering to incidental, extraterritorial or simply privacy-seeking behaviors has led some to label it financial thoughtcrime.[2] Many regulatory and governmental authorities issue estimates each year for the amount of money laundered, either worldwide or within their national economy. In 1996, the International Monetary Fund estimated that two to five percent of the worldwide global economy involved laundered money. The Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering (FATF), an intergovernmental body set up to combat money laundering, stated, "Overall, it is absolutely impossible to produce a reliable estimate of the amount of money laundered and therefore the FATF does not publish any figures in this regard."[3] Academic commentators have likewise been unable to estimate the volume of money with any degree of assurance.[4] Various estimates of the scale of global money laundering are sometimes repeated often enough to make some people regard them as factual—but no researcher has overcome the inherent difficulty of measuring an actively concealed practice. Regardless of the difficulty in measurement, the amount of money laundered each year is in the billions (US dollars) and poses a significant policy concern for governments.[4] As a result, governments and international bodies have undertaken efforts to deter, prevent, and apprehend money launderers. Financial institutions have likewise undertaken efforts to prevent and detect transactions involving dirty money, both as a result of government requirements and to avoid the reputational risk involved. Issues relating to money laundering have existed as long as there have been large scale criminal enterprises. Modern anti--money laundering laws have developed along with the so-called modern War on Drugs.[5] In more recent times anti--money laundering legislation is seen as adjunct to the financial crime of terrorist financing in that both crimes usually involve the transmission of funds through the financial system (although money laundering relates to where the money has come from, and terrorist financing relating to where the money is going to). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Money_laundering
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AML Introduction & Stages of Money Laundering - Learn with FLIP
The video introduces you to the concept and stages of Money Laundering. A course in Anti Money Laundering Compliance - which is a critical compliance for Banks & Financial Institutions - will give you an extra edge. To know more about the program, visit https://www.learnwithflip.com/programs/financial-markets-aml-compliance
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what is Money laundering | Money laundering in hindi | Black Money To White Money |
#moneylaundering #moneylaunderinginhindi #moneylaunderingact2002 Know All About General Category Reservation: https://youtu.be/PmoIncSFXTQ Hawala transaction हवाला लेनदेन https://youtu.be/aIIpzjp3AhU Hello Everyone!!! This Video will provide u A to Z knowledge of Money Laundering, i.e, how to convert Black Money to White Money In Hindi. Topics Covered: 1. What is Money Laundering? 2. Examples of Money Laundering. 3. Stages Of Money Lundering: Placement, Layering, Integration 4. Government steps towards Prevention of Money Lundering Act 2002 PMLA 2002 , FIUIND, FATF Social Links {follow us On}: Facebook Page: https://fb.me/thecuriousera Twitter: https://twitter.com/thecuriousera PS: Like, Share and Support "The Curious Era" Subscribe Now: https://www.youtube.com/thecuriousera?sub_confirmation=1
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Money Laundering  (AML)
Watch all our videos here https://www.whatyouneedtoknow.co.uk/showreel Subscribe to our channel here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfTFzc4dB3aLLzYRG-btyNw?sub_confirmation=1 Money laundering means billions of pounds and dollars a year are laundered through our financial systems. The methods used to launder money are similar whether it's for white collar crimes such as tax evasion, people/drug trafficking, or proceeds from fraud and internet scams. Terrorists also use similar techniques to try and avoid detection. This video paints the big picture and explains the basics - the what you need to know - about money laundering. #moneylaundering #finsec #aml
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Anti-Money-Laundering, Counterterrorism Financing and Financial Crime
Anti-Money-Laundering, Counterterrorism Financing and Financial Crime: The Critical Role of Financial Institutions and How It Affects You Talk by Hue Dang ’92, Head of Asia for the Association of Certified Anti-Money-Laundering Specialists. Media coverage in the last several years of financial penalties against global banks such as BNP Paribas ($8.9 billion) or HSBC ($1.92 billion) for money-laundering and sanctions violations—to name just a few examples—highlights the increasing risks to banks as they conduct their normal business. We now live in an era of international money-laundering controls. The terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, revolutionized the anti-money-laundering (AML) field and brought into stark relief the threat of the movement and disguising of funds destined for the support of terrorism throughout the world, introducing a whole new effort to combat the financing of terrorism (CFT). As a result of the governmental reaction in virtually all countries, banks, non-bank financial institutions and nonfinancial businesses face tougher national and international legal requirements and harsher penalties than ever before. By the same token, the regulators of those businesses, law-enforcement agents and prosecutors also face greater challenges and responsibilities in their work. The discussion of what this means to you will include the economic and social consequences of money laundering; the latest regulatory developments in the U.S., Asia and Europe; challenges in effective AML/CFT implementation; and key lessons learned from recent cases. Presented by the Class of 1992.
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What is Anti Money Laundering | PMLA | FIU-IND ?
Namashkar Dosto, iss video main meine Anti Money Laundering, PMLA, FIU-INDke bareme baat ki hai. India main money laundering kiss tarah se ki jati hai aur use rokhneke liye Indian Govt. kya kuch kar raai hai yeh sari batein meine iss video main aapse share ki hai. Mujhe ummed hai, Anti Money Laundering | PMLA | FIU-IND ko lekar banayi ye detailed video aap sabhi ko pasand ayegi. Share, Support, Subscribe!!! Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/bankinguruji Google+ : https://goo.gl/Khz0o5 Twitter : https://twitter.com/bankinguruji Instagram :https://www.instagram.com/bankinguruji Disclaimer : The information provided on this channel and its videos are for general purposes only. All opinions expressed here are my own & am not compensated by any financial institution for this.
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Modern Art is Used for Money Laundering?!?!
All information in this video is certifiably probably maybe accurate sometimes in some cases.
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Money laundering!! What is money laundering!!  Illegal income into legal income
How to convert illegal or black money into white money, money laundering procees are divided into 3 steps 1 placement 2 Layering 3. Integration
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Money laundering
French police have arrested 17 people, including the deputy mayor of a Paris district, in an operation with Swiss police into the suspected laundering of about $52 million of drug money. Prosecutors in Geneva said Swiss police had arrested three people, including two brothers of Moroccan origin, in connection with the same ring. A videographic explaining how money laundering works. VIDEOGRAPHIC
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Wire Transaction Red Flags & Anti-Money Laundering
Signup to our email list: http://complianceprep.com/youtube Get started with our 100% Guaranteed to pass CAMS Prep Course: http://complianceprep.com/cams-prep-course You'll get a brief foundation of what wire transaction red flags are, and what you need to know when looking to land these positions. You'll learn the process and what you need to have to give yourself a better shot at landing the position. LIMITED TIME OFFER: Get access to our KYC Training course for FREE. https://getamltraining.com/kyctraining
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HSBC Money Laundering Scandal: U.S. Financial System Vulnerabilities (2012)
After graduating from Stetson, Everett Stern took a position as an AML compliance officer for HSBC in their New Castle, Delaware office in October 2010, where he monitored the bank's Middle Eastern transactions. After coming across many suspicious transactions tied to terrorist groups in the Middle East such as Hamas and Hezbollah, he repeatedly alerted his supervisors, who ignored his warnings.[4] Specifically, he uncovered a multinational money-laundering network that generated millions for Hezbollah through the Lebanese brothers Ali, Husayn, and Kassim Tajideen through their Gambia-based company, Tajco Ltd.[5] After several such episodes, Stern made contact with the FBI and CIA, which began to investigate HSBC. He left work at HSBC in November 2011.[1] By the summer of 2012, the inquiry had broadened to the bank’s money laundering operations in the Middle East, Mexico, Iran, Sudan, and North Korea.[6] A July 2012 congressional report found that from 2001 through 2010, HSBC had “exposed the U.S. financial system to a wide array of money laundering, drug trafficking, and terrorist financing risks due to poor anti-money laundering controls.”[7] In December 2012, HSBC came to a settlement with U.S. authorities which required it to pay a record $1.92 billion fine, as well as improve its anti-money laundering controls, in exchange for a deferment of criminal prosecution for five years. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Everett_Stern Money laundering has been an issue in Argentina, India, the United Kingdom, the United States and Switzerland. Following search warrants and raids beginning in January 2013, in mid-March 2013 Argentina's main taxing authority accused HSBC of using fake receipts and dummy accounts to facilitate money laundering and tax evasion.[105][106][107] On 19 July 2012, India investigated alleged violation of safety compliance, in which Indian employees were believed to be involved.[108] On 9 November 2012, Indian activist and politician Arvind Kejriwal said he had details of 700 Indian bank accounts hiding black money with a total value of ₹60 billion (US$940 million) with HSBC in Geneva.[109] In June 2013, a media outlet in India did an undercover expose where HSBC officers were caught on camera agreeing to launder "black money." HSBC placed these employees on leave pending their own internal investigation.[110] In early February 2013, appearing before UK's Parliamentary Banking Standards Commission, CEO Stuart Gulliver acknowledged that the structure of the bank had been "not fit for purpose." He also stated, "Matters that should have been shared and escalated were not shared and escalated."[111] HSBC has also been accused of laundering money for terrorist groups.[111][112] In both 2003 and 2010, U.S. regulators ordered HSBC to strengthen its anti-money laundering practices.[113] In October 2010, the United States OCC issued a Cease and Desist Order requiring HSBC to strengthen multiple aspects of its Anti-Money Laundering (AML) program. The identified problems included a once massive backlog of over 17,000 alerts identifying suspicious activity, failure to file timely suspicious activity reports with U.S. law enforcement, failure to conduct any due diligence to assess risks to HSBC affiliates before opening correspondent accounts for them, a three-year failure by HBUS from mid-2006 to mid-2009 to conduct any AML of $15 billion in bulk cash transactions from those same HSBC affiliates, failure to monitor $60 trillion in annual wire transfers by customers in countries rated lower risk by HBUS, and inadequate and unqualified AML staffing, resources, and leadership. It was noted that HSBC fully cooperated with the Senate investigation.[114] In November 2012 it was reported that HSBC had set up offshore accounts in Jersey for suspected drug-dealers and other criminals, and that HM Revenue and Customs had launched an investigation following a whistleblower leaking details of £700 million allegedly held in HSBC accounts in the Crown dependency .[115] In December 2012, Assistant U.S. Attorney General Lanny Breuer suggested that the U.S. government might resist criminal prosecution of HSBC which could lead to the loss of the bank's U.S. charter. He stated, "Our goal here is not to bring HSBC down, it's not to cause a systemic effect on the economy, it's not for people to lose thousands of jobs." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HSBC
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Stages of Money Laundering
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Money Laundered from Bangladesh : Hundi: 15 Minutes : Alamgir swapan 091216
Illegal capital flight from Bangladesh surged 33.78 percent year-on-year to $9.66 billion in 2013 through trade misinvoicing and other channels, according to a report of Global Financial Integrity. The highest in a decade, the amount was more than six percent of the country's GDP and one-third of the export receipts in 2013. It is three times the size of average foreign aid Bangladesh received in recent times. Analysts attribute the surge of illegal capital outflow to political violence and uncertainty that the country saw throughout 2013, particularly in the run-up to the parliamentary elections on January 5 last year. Of the amount, $8.35 billion or over 86 percent was siphoned off through trade misinvoicing while the rest $1.31 billion could not be traced in the balance of payments data. The illegal outflow stood at $7.23 billion in 2012, according to a revised estimate of the GFI report. The Washington-based research and advisory organisation published the report titled “Illegal Financial Flows from Developing Countries: 2004-2013″ yesterday. On average, $5.59 billion was siphoned out of Bangladesh a year between 2004 and 2013. This high amount of illegal capital outflow puts Bangladesh at 26th position among 149 countries in the latest GFI ranking of economies exporting illegal capital. Bangladesh was ranked 51st on the previous list. In the decade covered by the study, Bangladesh lost $55.88 billion in total because of trade misinvoicing and other unrecorded flows. Trade misinvoicing is defined as a method for moving money illegally across borders that involves deliberately misreporting the value of a commercial transaction on an invoice submitted to customs. The GFI report shows that the illegal capital outflow from Bangladesh tripled in 2013 from $3.35 billion in 2004. Source : The Daily Star
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Successful Drug Smuggling Methods: Banking, Money & Finance in Central America Day 2 Part 3 (1988)
On the fifth day of the 1989 invasion, Noriega and four others took sanctuary in the Apostolic Nunciature, the Holy See's embassy in Panama. Having threatened to flee to the countryside and lead guerrilla warfare if not given refuge, he instead turned over the majority of his weapons, and requested sanctuary from Monsignor Laboa. He spent his time in a "stark" room with no air conditioning or television, reading the Bible for the duration of his stay. Prevented by treaty from invading the embassy of the Holy See, U.S. soldiers erected a perimeter around the Nunciature. Psychological warfare was used in an attempt to dislodge him, including blaring rock music, and hurling real dead bodies designed to look like voodoo dolls into the perimeter. After ten days of Operation Nifty Package, Noriega surrendered on January 3, 1990. He was detained as a prisoner of war, and later taken to the United States. In April 1992 a trial was held in Miami, Florida, at the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida in which Noriega was tried and convicted on eight counts of drug trafficking, racketeering, and money laundering. At his trial, Noriega intended to defend himself by presenting his alleged crimes within the framework of his work for the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency. The government objected to any disclosure of the purposes for which the United States had paid Noriega because this information was classified and its disclosure went against the interests of the United States. In pre-trial proceedings, the government offered to stipulate that Noriega had received approximately $320,000 from the United States Army and the Central Intelligence Agency. Noriega insisted that "the actual figure approached $10,000,000, and that he should be allowed to disclose the tasks he had performed for the United States". The district court held that the "information about the content of the discrete operations in which Noriega had engaged in exchange for the alleged payments was irrelevant to his defense". It ruled that the introduction of evidence about Noriega's role in the CIA would "confuse the jury." After the trial, Noriega appealed this exclusionary ruling by the judge to the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. The Court of Appeals ruled in favor of the government, despite disagreeing with the lower court. It said: "Our review leads us to conclude that information regarding the purposes for which the United States previously paid Noriega potentially had some probative value ... Thus, the district court may have overstated the case when it declared evidence of the purposes for which the United States allegedly paid Noriega wholly irrelevant to his defense". However, the Court of Appeals refused to set aside the verdict because it felt that "the potential probative value of this material, however, was relatively marginal." On September 16, 1992, Noriega was sentenced to 40 years in prison, later reduced to 30 years. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manuel_Noriega
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International Money Laundering Schemes
Money laundering methods and techniques change in response to developing counter-measures. In recent years, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has noted increasingly sophisticated combinations of techniques, such as the increased use of legal persons to disguise the true ownership and control of illegal proceeds, and an increased use of professionals to provide advice and assistance in laundering criminal funds.
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Wachovia Drug Money Laundering
Wachovia apparently funneled enormous amounts of drug money form Mexico. Cenk Uygur breaks it down. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/eWuu5i TYT Mobile: http://bit.ly/dNKfpf On Facebook: On Twitter: http://twitter.com/theyoungturks http://www.theyoungturks.com/membership FREE Movies(!): http://www.netflix.com/tyt Read Ana's blog and subscribe at: http://www.examiner.com/x-5445-Politics-in-Education-Examiner Read Cenk's Blog: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/cenk-uygur
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International Money Laundering Schemes/ Adriana Sanford
Dr. Adriana Sanford joined us to talk about protecting your business and yourself from international money laundering schemes. Money laundering methods and techniques change in response to developing counter-measures. In recent years, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has noted increasingly sophisticated combinations of techniques, such as the increased use of legal persons to disguise the true ownership and control of illegal proceeds, and an increased use of professionals to provide advice and assistance in laundering criminal funds.
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Do you travel a lot? Get yourself a mobile application to find THE CHEAPEST airline tickets deals available on the market: ANDROID - http://android.theaudiopedia.com - IPHONE - http://iphone.theaudiopedia.com or get BEST HOTEL DEALS worldwide: ANDROID - htttp://androidhotels.theaudiopedia.com - IPHONE - htttp://iphonehotels.theaudiopedia.com What is MONEY LAUNDERING? What does MONEY LAUNDERING mean? MONEY LAUNDERING meaning. Money laundering is the process of transforming the proceeds of crime and corruption into ostensibly legitimate assets. However, in a number of legal and regulatory systems, the term money laundering has become conflated with other forms of financial crime, and sometimes used more generally to include misuse of the financial system (involving things such as securities, digital currencies, credit cards, and traditional currency), including terrorism financing and evasion of international sanctions. Most anti-money laundering laws openly conflate money laundering (which is concerned with source of funds) with terrorism financing (which is concerned with destination of funds) when regulating the financial system. Some countries define money laundering as obfuscating sources of money, either intentionally or by merely using financial systems or services that do not identify or track sources or destinations. Other countries define money laundering to include money from activity that would have been a crime in that country, even if it was legal where the actual conduct occurred. The concept of money laundering regulations goes back to ancient times and is intertwined with the development of money and banking. Money laundering is first seen with individuals hiding wealth from the state to avoid taxation or confiscation or a combination of both. In China, merchants around 2000 BCE would hide their wealth from rulers who would simply take it off them and banish them. In addition to hiding it, they would move it and invest it in businesses in remote provinces or even outside China. Over the millennia many rulers and states imposed rules that would take wealth from their citizens and this led to the development of offshore banking and tax evasion. One of the enduring methods has been the use of parallel banking or Informal value transfer systems such as hawala that allowed people to move money out of the country avoiding state scrutiny. In the 20th century the seizing of wealth again became popular when it was seen as an additional crime prevention tool. The first time was during the period of prohibition in the United States during the 1930s. This saw a new emphasis by the state and law enforcement agencies to track and confiscate money. Organized crime received a major boost from prohibition and a large source of new funds that were obtained from illegal sales of alcohol. In the 1980s the war on drugs led governments again to turn to money-laundering rules to try and seize proceeds of drug crime to catch the organizers and individuals running drug empires. It also had the benefit from a law enforcement point of view of turning rules of evidence upside down. Law enforcers normally have to prove an individual is guilty to get a conviction. But with money laundering laws, money can be confiscated and it is up to the individual to prove that the source of funds is legitimate if they want the funds back. This makes it much easier for law enforcement agencies and provides for much lower burdens of proof. The September 11 attacks in 2001 which led to the Patriot Act in the US and similar legislation worldwide led to a new emphasis on money laundering laws to combat terrorism financing. The Group of Seven (G7) nations used the Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering to put pressure on governments around the world to increase surveillance and monitoring of financial transactions and share this information between countries. Starting in 2002 governments around the world upgraded money laundering laws and surveillance and monitoring systems of financial transactions. Anti money laundering regulations have become a much larger burden for financial institutions and enforcement has stepped up significantly. During 2011–2015 a number of major banks faced ever increasing fines for breaches of money laundering regulations. This included HSBC which was fined $1.9 billion in Dec 2012 and BNP Paribas which was fined $8.9 billion in July 2014 by the US government. Many countries introduced or strengthened border controls on the amount of cash that can be carried and introduced central transaction reporting systems where all financial institutions have to report all financial transactions electronically. For example, Australia set up the AUSTRAC system and required the reporting of all financial transactions.
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Mentorship Program for IAS - Security Issues - Lecture 17 - Money Laundering
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How Money Laundering Works with Real Estate - Nerdsplaining Jay-Z The Story of OJ
Welcome to a new video series: Nerdsplaining where I'll over analyze pop cultural references to personal finance and real estate investing ideas. I figured there is no better piece of personal finance advice in pop culture right now that JayZ's song The Story of OJ - It is filled with tons of interesting personal finance tidbits and tips and tricks. Please note, like a lot of rap it has adult language. The first piece of personal finance advice Jay-Z shares is: 'Please don't die over the neighborhood, that you're momma rentin Take your drug money and buy the neighborhood, that's how you rinse it' So let's dive into money laundering and why, if your a drugking pin like Walter White - you may want to consider laundering your illicit gains through real estate rather than cash businesses. Obviously this is all done for intellectual purposes. I am not recommending you start a meth cooking empire and funnel the profits from your drug empire through a real estate empire. (Funny thing is a lot of the advice in this video is still valid even if you're self employed in a legitimate business and pay the proper taxes). It's much better to play within in society's rules - it's easy enough to succeed if you commit fully to it. This video is in no way condoning or meant to encourage money laundering, tax evasion or anything else, it is done for entertainment purposes and is in no way tax advice. If you enjoyed: How Money Laundering Works with Real Estate - Nerdsplaining Jay-Z The Story of OJ SMASH the LIKE BUTTON, HIT SUBSCRIBE and SHARE on SOCIAL MEDIA! Matt McKeever Business Inquires: [email protected] Coaching: [email protected] (Seriously though, you should watch everyone of my videos, before you contact me about this, if you watched all of my videos - I don't think you'll need this - but people keep asking anyways....) Matt’s Bible: Early Retirement Extreme: http://amzn.to/2qgFBNK Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/LDNonFIRE/ Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/mattmckeever85 Twitter: https://twitter.com/mattmckeever85 SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdRtqnqBSq4GY7DGiYICu5g?sub_confirmation=1 Bigger Pockets: https://www.biggerpockets.com/users/MattMcK Check out my podcast with Kellan: http://onfirepodcast.ca/ Matt McKeever is a CPA, CA and Real Estate Entrepreneur in London, Ontario. On this YouTube Channel Matt will walk the viewer through how to invest in real estate using such strategies as the BRRRR method while also documenting his personal experience as a real estate investor. Matt began investing in real estate at age 25 by purchasing a student rental near Fanshawe College. In 2016 he's acquired over 25 unit and in 2017 acquired over 25 units. FIREpreneur: A person who has reached (lean) FIRE and uses this freedom as a springboard to operate a business or organization, taking on no significant risk (due to lean FIRE).
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