This subject explores the criminal phenomena of money laundering and how and why its form and function varies across industries, regional and international jurisdictions. The subject analyses traditional and emerging forms of money laundering and associated crimes committed via the use of digital currencies and online platforms. It examines both the risks and rewards facing money launders who seek to move funds around the world, along with how money laundering is quantified locally and globally.
Australian Graduate School of Policing and Security
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