This book describes the types of financial crime, the consequences of it and how to reduce the levels of crime. It deals with the various types of criminal offences in financial crime from straightforward fraud to counterfeit money and identity theft and others, and technology-based crimes including hacking, phishing and malware.It covers the increasingly important area of money laundering and shows the importance of anti-money laundering policies. Financial market crime such as insider dealing and market abuse are also covered as well as the relevant control systems and audits both internal and external.
|Publisher:||Global Professional Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.00(d)|
About the Author
Robert J. Souster is a Partner in Spruce Lodge Training, a consultancy firm based in Northampton, England. He is the examiner for F1 and two F4 variant papers, and lectures on economics, corporate and business law, management, corporate governance and ethics.
His previous career was in banking, having served as a divisional manager for EBS, then Ireland’s second largest mutual financial institution (and now part of AIB Group) in Dublin.
Table of Contents
The nature of financial crime Types of financial crime The range and forms of technology-based crimesUnderstand money launderingThe importance of anti-money laundering policiesInsider dealing The relevant control systems