Chapter 6: Definitions of money laundering in practice
AbstractAlthough the FATF 40 Recommendations, the Third Directive, and other international conventions all require various essential elements of money laundering to be criminalized, there remains a considerable divergence between the criminal provisions in the Member States in practice. This chapter reveals numerous significant differences between EU Member States in the definitions of money laundering in practice and classify them accordingly.
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