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launder

[′lȯn·dər]
(engineering)
An inclined channel or trough for the conveyance of a liquid, such as for water in mining and construction engineering or for molten metal.
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While we are not aware of any impending laws or regulations by the federal government or relevant regulators (such as the UAE Central Bank) on money laundering, it is expected that there will be continued coordination between UAE and other countries in connection with money laundering, which may eventually lead to further UAE regulations in the future.
Adviser at the International Monetary Fund Shadi Al-Khuri presented a paper on the relation between money laundering and the organized crimes and explained major elements responsible for money laundering.
From a money laundering point of view authorities want you to know where the money is going and to recognise comings or goings that are not expected and in view of British racing and ourselves we are in a unique position of knowing what's going on.
The final draft of the law adopted the following definition: Article 5 paragraphs 1-3 say money laundering is:
Moreover, in 2003, Yemen criminalized money laundering as part of law no 35 to criminalize all financial crimes.
Money laundering has a negative effect on the economy, Government and social wellbeing.
Its deviance from conventional banking and financial institutions, together with its place in the Middle Eastern and Southeast Asian communities, can pose a challenge for investigators experienced in more traditional financial crimes, including money laundering and terrorism financing.
After retiring from the IRS, Temple joined Mantas, a provider of anti- money laundering software to the financial services industry, as their Anti- Money Laundering Industry Expert for currency reporting, fraud and anti-money laundering detection, prevention and enforcement.
Its annual International Money Laundering Conference and Exhibition is the largest anti-money laundering conference in the world.
Treasury now requires life insurers to establish formal compliance programs to prevent their products from being used for money laundering or terrorist financing.
Complementing its recently announced SAS Money Laundering Detection, the new offering includes several enhancements to help institutions worldwide fight against money laundering.
So, after a career largely spent chasing mobsters and other assorted criminals, during which he learned that 95+ percent of all crimes--except those of passion--are motivated by money, he conceived the idea of launching a single topic newsletter covering money laundering.