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Money Laundering: Predicate Crimes, Laundering Techniques and the AML Response

by Jeff Simser Money laundering has generally been defined as a process under which "dirty money" produced by criminal activity is turned into "clean money" and moved into the economy in places less likely to attract the attention of criminal authorities. The following EIA explores...

Overview of United Kingdom Anti-Money Laundering Law

by William H. Byrnes IV, Robert J. Munro, and Amy Marie Stevens The United Kingdom is is ranked as the 3rd largest economy in Europe and 7th worldwide. It ties New York in rank as the largest financial hub in the world. Despite extensive anti-money laundering legislation, the United Kingdom is...