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.
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Pt I INTRODUCTORY SECTION 1. Criminal and Terrorism Financing Law; Clive Walker, Colin King, and Jimmy Gurulé Pt II ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING 2. Anti-Money Laundering; Colin King 3. The Global AML Regime; Dr Maria Bergstrom, Uppsalla University 4. Globalisation, Money Laundering and the City of London; Prof. Leila Simona Talani, Kings College London 5. The Production of Suspicion in Retail Banking; Dr Vanessa Iafolla, University of Alberta 6. Money Laundering, Anti-Money Laundering and the Legal Profession; Dr Katie Benson, University of Manchester 7. Cash, Crime and Anti-Money Laundering; Dr Michele Riccardi, Transcrime and Prof Mike Levi, Cardiff 8. Money Laundering in a Virtual World; Dr Clare Chambers-Jones, UWE 9. A Bit(coin) of a Problem for the EU AML Framework; Dr Mo Egan, Stirling University 10. 'Fake Passports' Kenneth Murray, Police Scotland 11. De-risking; Vijaya Ramachandran, Matthew Collin, and Matt Juden, Center for Global Development 12. Punishing Banks, Their Clients, and Their Clients' Clients; Prof. Mike Levi, Cardiff University.-13. A Critical Analysis of the Effectiveness of Anti Money Laundering Measures with Reference to Australia; Prof David Chaikin, Business School, University of Sydney 14. The Effectiveness of Anti Money Laundering Policy; Dr Joras Ferwerda, Utrecht 15. A 'Risky' Risk Approach; Prof Petrus van Duyne, Tilburg; Prof Jackie Harvey, Northumbria, and Dr Liliya Gelemerova Pt III ASSET RECOVERY 16. Asset Recovery; Colin King 17. Mutual Recognition and Confiscation of Assets; Prof. Anna Maria Maugeri, Catania, Italy 18. Asset Forfeiture in the US; Stef Cassella 19. Post-Conviction Confiscation in England and Wales; Judge Michael Hopmeier and Alex Mills 20. Disproportionality in Asset Recovery; Prof. Simon Young, Hong Kong 21. Confiscating Dirty Assets; Dr Michele Panzavolta, Leuven 22. Civil Recovery in England and Wales; Prof. Peter Aldridge, QMUL 23. An Empirical Glimpse of Civil Forfeiture Actions in Canada; Prof. Michelle Gallant, University of Manitoba 24. The Difficulties of Belief Evidence and Anonymity in Practice; Dr Colin King, University of Sussex 25. International Asset Recovery and the United Nations Convention against Corruption; Dr Dimitris Ziouvas, University of Sussex 26. In Pursuit of the Proceeds of Transnational Corporate Bribery; Dr Nicholas Lord, University of Manchester and Prof Mike Levi, Cardiff 27. In Search of Transnational Financial Intelligence; Dr Anthony Amicelle, University of Montreal and Dr Killian Chaudieu, University of Lausanne 28. Taxing Crime; Dr Ray Friel and Prof Shane Kilcommins, University of Limerick 29. The Disposal of Confiscated Assets in the EU Member States; Dr Barbara Vettori, University of Milan Pt IV COUNTER-TERRORISM FINANCING 30. Counter-Terrorism Financing; Clive Walker 31. A Finance/Security Assemblage; Prof. Marieke de Goede, Amsterdam 32. The Financial War on Terrorism; Professor Nicholas Ryder, Rachel Thomas and Georgina Webb, UWE, Bristol 33. Legal and Regulatory Approaches to Counter Terrorism Financing; Dr Christopher Michaelsen, UNSW and Doron Goldbarsht, UNSW 34. Examining the Efficacy of Canada's Anti-Terrorist Financing Laws; Prof. Anita Anand, University of Toronto 35. Ten Years of the EU's Fight against CTF; Dr Oldrich Bures, Metropolitan University Prague 36. The United Nations Security Council Sanctions Regime against the Financing of Terrorism; Cathleen Powell, Cape Town 37. The Intersection of AML/SFT and Security Council Sanctions; Prof. Kimberley Prost, ex-UN Ombudsperson 38. Sanctions in Armed Conflict; Dr Luca Pantaleo, Asser Institute, Amsterdam 39. Applying Social Network Analysis to Terrorist Financing; Prof Christian Leuprecht, Royal Military College of Canada + Oliver Walther, University of Southern Denmark 40. Criminal Prosecutions for Terrorism Financing in the UK; Nasir Hafezi, Karen Jones, and Clive Walker 41. The Failure to Prosecute ISIS's Foreign Financiers under the Material Support Statute; Prof. Jimmy Gurule, Notre Dame, Indiana and Sabina Danek 42. Informal Money Exchange Regulation; Dr Karen Cooper, JMUL 43. Responding to Money Transfers by Foreign Terrorist Fighters; Duncan DeVille, Western Union and Daniel Pearson 44. Terrorism Financing and the Policing of Charities; Prof. Clive Walker, Leeds 45. Regulating Charitable Giving in Malaysia; Dr Zaiton Hamin, UiTM, Kuala Lumpur46. Kidnap and Terrorism Financing; Prof Yvonne Dutton, Indiana 47. The Illicit Antiquities Trade and Terrorism Financing; Mark Vlasic, Georgetown University Law Center and Jeffrey Paul DeSousa.
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