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The relationship between money laundring and banking

Jurnal Keuangan dan Perbankan, Tahun XI, Nomor 1, Januari 2007
Journal from JIPTUNMERPP / 2008-01-09 09:44:54
Oleh : Sugiyanto E. Kusuma, Diploma_3_of_Finance_and_Banking_-_Merdeka_Univers (sugi@fisip.unej.ac.id)
Dibuat : 2007-01-01, dengan file

Keyword : money laundering, illegal activities, the banking system

Money laundering is a financial criminal activity that conceals the origins of money generated by illegal activities. Criminals always try to erase all the trace of these illegal funds and insert them into economic circulation, usually through the banking system. The Swiss banking systems and other foreign financial institutions ofentimes are used as vehicle og money laundering, due to their stability, quality of services, and secrery in their banking business. In the 1970s, these illegal monies came from the markets and sales of illegal drugs, globalization of organized crimes, and also from corruptions. Beside utilizing the banking system, criminals conducted money laundering by establishing fictive companies that appear legal, such as, restaurants, casinos, jewelry stores, dealers of automobiles or art craft, and export-import companies. Beginning in the 1980s, state authorities around the world were aware the danger of money laundering in their national economy. The Swiss Banking systems financial hubs and state authorities have recognized the danger and abuse of financial markets and institutions by organized crimes. Since then, they have developed measures and policies and have been united to combat money laundering.

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Money laundering is a financial criminal activity that conceals the origins of money generated by illegal activities. Criminals always try to erase all the trace of these illegal funds and insert them into economic circulation, usually through the banking system. The Swiss banking systems and other foreign financial institutions ofentimes are used as vehicle og money laundering, due to their stability, quality of services, and secrery in their banking business. In the 1970s, these illegal monies came from the markets and sales of illegal drugs, globalization of organized crimes, and also from corruptions. Beside utilizing the banking system, criminals conducted money laundering by establishing fictive companies that appear legal, such as, restaurants, casinos, jewelry stores, dealers of automobiles or art craft, and export-import companies. Beginning in the 1980s, state authorities around the world were aware the danger of money laundering in their national economy. The Swiss Banking systems financial hubs and state authorities have recognized the danger and abuse of financial markets and institutions by organized crimes. Since then, they have developed measures and policies and have been united to combat money laundering.

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