Published jointly with the Centre for Commercial Law Studies and the London Institute of International Banking, Finance, and Development Law. Second edition 2000 by LLP Professional Publishing.
Formatted Contents Note
ch. 1. Banks : fraud and crime : a survey of criminal offences under English law ch. 2. Serious fraud : a banker's perspective ch. 3. Banks, policing and the regulation of money laundering in England and Wales ch. 4. Fraud against banks : a practical perspective ch. 5. The role of auditors in protecting against bank fraud ch. 6. Cross-border fraudulent activity ch. 7. BCCI and the lessons for bank supervisors ch. 8. Operational risk in banking institutions ch. 9. Banks, money laundering and the European community ch. 10. Money laundering and banking institutions : the US framework ch. 11. The United States' perspective on "bank fraud" ch. 12. Financial fraud and crime and lessons from the American bank and thrift crisis ch. 13. International efforts to combat financial fraud and crime ch. 14. Internet payment services and crime in cyberspace.