Synopses & Reviews
Money laundering is now the tenth largest global business activity. It is no longer confined to banks washing the proceeds of drug money, but now involves lawyers, accountants, insurance companies, casinos either knowingly or unknowingly washing the proceeds of arms smuggling, fraud, blackmail, prostitution, art theft and nuclear materials. Peter Lilley, an international fraud investigator, reveals that not only are criminals involved in money laundering but legitimate businesses are often innocent pawns caught up in money laundering schemes -- sometimes through internet fraud, corrupted employees or hidden organized crime connections
Dirty Dealing covers:
-- How money laundering works
-- How to identify money laundering schemes
-- The personal risks of being involved in money laundering
-- How money laundering schemes have permeated the internet
-- How to identify employees corrupted by organized crime -- and what to do about it
-- Real examples of businesses caught up in money laundering
-- How to keep your business from unwittingly being involved in money laundering
An international fraud investigator reveals not only are criminals involved in money laundering, but legitimate businesses are often caught up in the practice through internet fraud, corrupted employees, or hidden organized crime connections.
About the Author
Lilley is a fellow of the Chartered Bankers Institute and a Certified Fraud Examiner.