Journal of Money Laundering Control


Accounting and Finance

Table Of Contents: Volume 17 Issue 3

Corruption correlates: the case of Cyprus

Andreas Assiotis, Maria Krambia-Kapardis

This paper aims to verify the perceptions of Cypriot society in relation to corruption. In an attempt to do so, 1,521 Cypriots participated between the months of September…

The pursuit of illicit proceeds: from historical origins to modern applications

Robert G. Kroeker

The purpose of the paper is to trace the historical foundations of forfeiture from antiquity to its migration into early criminal law statutes. From there the discussion…

The FATF’s customer identification framework: fit for purpose?

Louis de Koker

– This paper aims to investigate the purpose, reach and effectiveness of the customer identification framework of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF).

Money laundering consequences

M. Michelle Gallant

– The purpose of this paper is to take an overarching analytical perspective on four decades of money laundering regulation.

To be corrupt or not to be corrupt

Hendi Yogi Prabowo

The purpose of this paper, which is based on author’s study, is to shed light on the behavioral elements of corruption in particular the decision-making process undertaken…

Enhancing effectiveness of anti-money laundering laws through whistleblowing

Peter Yeoh

The purpose of this paper is to review inadequacies of anti-money laundering (AML) and whistleblowing laws particularly in the UK financial services sector and suggest…

Money laundering in Dubai: strategies and future directions

Belaisha Bin Belaisha, Graham Brooks

– This paper aims to highlight present strategies to prevent money laundering in Dubai.

Dirty money in Jamaica

Mary Alice Young

– The purpose of this paper is to examine the current state and future pressures of money laundering on Jamaica and the financial crime connections between the UK and Jamaica.



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