Eccellenza di Malta, The Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing (AML/CTF), in Italiano Anti-Riciclaggio

Malta è una giurisdizione d’eccellenza per The Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing (AML/CTF), in Italiano Anti-Riciclaggio, sia sul lato regolatorio e degli organismi di controllo, sia per la diffusione delle esperienze, procedure e pratiche tra gli enti e gli operatori del sistema finanziario e di business.

Ma guardate questa interessante struttura costruita con società in UK per aggirare le norme, basata su un trasferimento di denaro a titolo di indennizzo da parte di un garante di un prestito non pagato…… siate consapevoli e preparati, in particolare consiglio la lettura ai NON-Executive Director che dentro ai Consigli di Amministrazione sono un ingranaggio chiave per la Governance di eccellenza e in particolare qui a Malta

The great British money launderette: At least 19 UK firms under investigation for an alleged conspiracy to make $20bn of dirty money

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/the-great-british-money-launderette-at-least-19-uk-firms-under-investigation-for-alleged-conspiracy-to-make-20bn-of-dirty-money-seem-legitimate-9797097.html

Money laundering involves creating the impression that dirty money has been earned through legal means. Criminals need to find ways of coming up with official documentation that testifies to their money’s honest origins. Often, they will take over legitimate businesses which they can then push the money through in fake transactions, generating a paper trail of receipts.

However, when the illicit earnings run into the tens of billions of dollars, such small-scale schemes are impractical. Documentation for much larger amounts of cash is needed.

In the scam exposed today, the launderers created front companies in the UK which carried out massive phoney business deals between themselves. These front companies then sued each other in courts in Moldova, demanding the repayment of hundreds of millions of pounds of loans.

Under UK laws, companies can obscure the identity of their owners by using “nominee” directors – people who lend their names to a company without actually having anything to do with them. They can also lend their names to shareholdings in companies to mask who owns them.

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