Characters ò The Sink 102

Characters The Sink

Characters ò The Sink 102 ã ➹ [Download] ➵ The Sink By Jeffrey Robinson ➼ – Gwairsoft.co.uk The Money Sink tells the how when and why of criminal and terrorist money laundering the murky and ultra secret world where the line between legitimate business and crime vanishes the world's attentio The Money Sink tells the how when anAnd he lays the blame on the offshore world state of the art of business as crime worldwide As vast profits are turned into seemingly legitimate money lawyers bankers accountants brokers and governments have sold out to the mob and terrorists learn the lessons too and use Western financial networks to finance attacks on those same systems. Very informative and educational but a bit boring the writing style has no real verve and I spotted a few typos and grammar mistakes A must for people working in the financial industry and any fraud investigators

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The Money Sink tells the how when and why of criminal and terrorist money laundering the murky and ultra secret world where the line between legitimate business and crime vanishes the world's attention the problems of dirty money revealing how otherwise legitimate lawyers bankers accountants and even governments were helping drug traffick. A must read for AML officers investigators financial researchers Some of stuff is naïve journalism of course Some of it very goodBanking confidentialityToo bad the author doesn't really understand why banks work in confidentiality Just imagine how many cans of worms would be opened at ones had all our financial operations been made publicA very simple example Paying for medical procedures Your future employer would know about it all in a jiffy and if you seem to have not too good health they would find some way to send you away instead of hiring Basically all the info that's being held confidential is usually that way for a reason And that reason does not have to be some nefarious activities nebulous connections etc etc It's just that we are all entitled to a modicum of privacy

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The SinkErs hide the proceeds of their crimes he labelled money laundering the world's third largest business estimating that at any given time there was around billion circling the globe looking to get clean money business has doubled in less than ten years and is ever sophisticated law enforcement and concerned governments flounder in its wake. The author gives us a mass of individual cases of scams dating from the famed Meyer Lansky to Enron to cases current as of 2003 Your head will spin mine is still whirling trying to keep track of the sheer uantity of names of banks shell companies and players as well as the convoluted paths of the money trails in these montages Well I guess that's the idea the complicated and confusing the monetary trajectory cooked up by these felonious perps with the help of complicit offshore laundering facilities the difficult it is for the powers that be to find seize and prosecute So with all these cases profiled one after the other we meaning the common folk who don't have millions to hide from the taxman or to clean beyond the law's reach get some insight into how it all works but come away with scant real understanding of the deeper structural free market politics that allow it all to happen The final chapters Future Crime and Epilogue give a few inklings that might be called analysis but remain sketchy To be fair this was published in 2003 so I ought to be reading something current if I want a relevant and pertinent synthesis of the situation Up to me to find the book that delivers Any suggestions