A concise and practical guide to domestic laws dealing with proceeds of crime and money laundering. It includes discussion of the recent amendments to the Criminal Code and new anti-terrorism legislation. This timely text places the Canadian experience in the broader international context.
Money Laundering and Proceeds of Crime is an important addition to the libraries of both the Crown and defence bars in Canada, as well as accountants and officers of Canadian and international financial institutions who must comply with these new domestic and cross-border inititatives.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: The International Response to the Need for Proceeds-of-Crime Legislation
Chapter 2: Canada's Proceeds-of-Crime Legislation
Chapter 3: Ancillary Canadian Proceeds of Crime Legislation
Chapter 4: Canada's Financial System: International Context
Chapter 5: Canadian Financial Record-Keeping and Reporting
Chapter 6: Offences
Chapter 7: Special Problems Posed by Forfeiture Legislation
Chapter 8: Investigative Methods and Procedures
Chapter 9: Civil Forfeiture
Chapter 10: Anti-terrorism Legislation
Chapter 11: Proceeds-Related Forms & How to Fill Them Out