On the Trail of Dirty Funds: Tailing Money Launderers

Krebsbach, Karen
September 2004
Bank Technology News;Sep2004, Vol. 17 Issue 9, p22
Trade Publication
Interviews Chris Mathers, former undercover cop in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and a consultant who lectures financial officials about money laundering. Typical ways of laundering the money; New ways used in money laundering; Things that banks need to do to stop money laundering.


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