Byrnes and Gil discuss anti-money laundering laws in the United States and similar regimes developed throughout the world. From the criminalization of money laundering in 1980s to the PATRIOT Act, the panel presents a timeline of legislation aimed at curtailing the practice of laundering money.
Within the discussion, the panel dissects the three stages of money laundering and the purpose each stage serves in the process. The panel also describes specific tools and strategies used by criminals attempting to circumvent existing laws.
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