Palgrave Handbook of Criminal and Terrorism Financing Law 1st ed. 2018 [Kõva köide]

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  • Kirjastus: Springer International Publishing AG
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  • ISBN-13: 9783319644974
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  • Formaat: Hardback, 1260 pages, kõrgus x laius: 235x155 mm, kaal: 2247 g, 19 Illustrations, color; 9 Illustrations, black and white; XIV, 1260 p. 28 illus., 19 illus. in color. In 2 volumes, not available separately., 2 Hardbacks
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The Palgrave Handbook of Criminal and Terrorism Financing Law focuses on how criminal and terrorist assets pose significant and unrelenting threats to the integrity, security, and stability of contemporary societies. In response to the funds generated by or for organised crime and transnational terrorism, strategies have been elaborated at national, regional, and international levels for laws, organisations and procedures, and economic systems. Reflecting on these strands, this handbook brings together leading experts from different jurisdictions across Europe, America, Asia, and Africa and from different disciplines, including law, criminology, political science, international studies, and business. The authors examine the institutional and legal responses, set within the context of both policy and practice, with a view to critiquing these actions on the grounds of effective delivery and compliance with legality and rights. In addition, the book draws upon the experiences of the many senior practitioners and policy-makers who participated in the research project which was funded by a major Arts and Humanities Research Council grant. This comprehensive collection is a must-read for academics and practitioners alike with an interest in money laundering, terrorism financing, security, and international relations.


"Reviewing this book from a practitioner perspective, it does focus on areas of law, policy, response, and responsibility ... I find this book to be an all-embracing one on the subject of Criminal and Financial Law that is, a 'must have and read' for all involved in this subject of enquiry." (David M.J. Graves, Policing, August 11, 2018)

Volume I
Part I Introductory Section
1 Criminal and Terrorism Financing Law: An Introduction
Clive Walker
Colin King
Jimmy Gurule
Part II Anti-Money Laundering
2 Anti-Money Laundering: An Overview
Colin King
3 The Global AML Regime and the EU AML Directives: Prevention and Control
Maria Bergstrom
4 Globalization, Money Laundering and the City of London
Leila Simona Talani
5 The Production of Suspicion in Retail Banking: An Examination of Unusual Transaction Reporting
Vanessa Iafolla
6 Money Laundering, Anti-Money Laundering and the Legal Profession
Katie Benson
7 Cash, Crime and Anti-Money Laundering
Michele Riccardi
Michael Levi
8 Money Laundering in a Virtual World
Clare Chambers-Jones
9 A Bit(Coin) of a Problem for the EU AML Framework
Mo Egan
10 `Fake Passports': What Is to Be Done About Trade-Based Money Laundering?
Kenneth Murray
11 De-risking: An Unintended Negative Consequence of AML/CFT Regulation
Vijaya Ramachandran
Matthew Collin
Matt Juden
12 Punishing Banks, Their Clients and Their Clients' Clients
Michael Levi
13 A Critical Analysis of the Effectiveness of Anti-Money Laundering Measures with Reference to Australia
David Chaikin
14 The Effectiveness of Anti-Money Laundering Policy: A Cost-Benefit Perspective
Joras Ferwerda
15 A `Risky' Risk Approach: Proportionality in ML/TF Regulation
Petrus C. van Duyne
Jackie Harvey
Liliya Gelemerova
Part III Asset Recovery
16 Asset Recovery: An Overview
Colin King
17 Mutual Recognition and Confiscation of Assets: An EU Perspective
Anna Maria Maugeri
18 Asset Forfeiture Law in the United States
Stefan D. Cassella
19 Post-conviction Confiscation in England and Wales
Michael Hopmeier
Alexander Mills
20 Disproportionality in Asset Recovery: Recent Cases in the UK and Hong Kong
Simon N. M. Young
21 Confiscating Dirty Assets: The Italian Experience
Michele Panzavolta
22 Civil Recovery in England and Wales: An Appraisal
Peter Alldridge
23 An Empirical Glimpse of Civil Forfeiture Actions in Canada
Michelle Gallant
24 The Difficulties of Belief Evidence and Anonymity in Practice: Challenges for Asset Recovery
Colin King
25 International Asset Recovery and the United Nations Convention Against Corruption
Dimitris Ziouvas
26 In Pursuit of the Proceeds of Transnational Corporate Bribery: The UK Experience to Date
Nicholas Lord
Michael Levi
27 In Search of Transnational Financial Intelligence: Questioning Cooperation Between Financial Intelligence Units
Anthony Amicelle
Killian Chaudieu
28 Taxing Crime: A New Power to Control
Raymond Friel
Shane Kilcommins
29 The Disposal of Confiscated Assets in the EU Member States: What Works, What Does Not Work and What Is Promising
Barbara Vettori
Volume II
Part IV Counter-Terrorism Financing
30 Counter-Terrorism Financing: An Overview
Clive Walker
31 Counter-Terrorism Financing Assemblages After 9/11
Marieke de Goede
32 The Financial War on Terrorism: A Critical Review of the United Kingdom's Counter-Terrorist Financing Strategies
Nicholas Ryder
Rachel Thomas
Georgina Webb
33 Legal and Regulatory Approaches to Counter-Terrorist Financing: The Case of Australia
Christopher Michaelsen
Doron Goldbarsht
34 Examining the Efficacy of Canada's Anti-terrorist Financing Laws
Anita Anand
35 EU Measures to Combat Terrorist Financing
Oldrich Bures
36 The United Nations Security Council Sanctions Regime Against the Financing of Terrorism
C. H. Powell
37 The Intersection of AML/SFT and Security Council Sanctions
Kimberly Prost
38 Anti-terrorism Smart Sanctions and Armed Conflicts
Luca Pantaleo
39 Applying Social Network Analysis to Terrorist Financing
Christian Leuprecht
Olivier Walther
40 Criminal Prosecutions for Terrorism Financing in the UK
Nasir Hafezi
Karen Jones
Clive Walker
41 The Failure to Prosecute ISIS's Foreign Financiers Under the Material Support Statute
Jimmy Gurule
Sabina Danek
42 Counter Terrorism Finance, Precautionary Logic and the Regulation of Risk: The Regulation of Informal Value Transfer Systems Within the UK
Karen Cooper
43 Responding to Money Transfers by Foreign Terrorist Fighters
Duncan DeVille
Daniel Pearson
44 Terrorism Financing and the Governance of Charities
Clive Walker
45 Governing Non-profit Organisations Against Terrorist Financing: The Malaysian Legal and Regulatory Modalities
Zaiton Hamin
46 Kidnap and Terrorism Financing
Yvonne M. Dutton
47 The Illicit Antiquities Trade and Terrorism Financing: From the Khmer Rouge to Daesh
Mark V. Vlasic
Jeffrey Paul DeSousa
Selected Bibliography 1193(22)
Index 1215
Colin King is Reader in Law and co-Founder of the Crime Research Centre, University of Sussex, UK, and was Academic Fellow of The Honourable Society of the Inner Temple from 2014-2017. Clive Walker is Professor Emeritus of Criminal Justice Studies at the University of Leeds, UK. He was awarded an LLD degree in 2015 and was appointed Queen's Counsel (Hon) in 2016. Jimmy Gurule is Professor at the Notre Dame Law School faculty, USA. He has also worked in public enforcement positions including as Under Secretary for Enforcement, U.S. Department of the Treasury.