MONEY LAUNDERING, ASSET FORFEITURE, AND INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL CRIMES
This course delves into the complex world of money laundering, asset forfeiture, and international financial crimes. It examines the legal frameworks, regulatory systems, and enforcement mechanisms at both national and international levels. Students will gain a deep understanding of the methods and tools used by criminals to launder money and engage in financial crimes, as well as the legal tools and strategies employed by governments and international organizations to combat these activities.
Develop a comprehensive understanding of the concepts and processes of money laundering, asset forfeiture, and international financial crimes.
Analyze and evaluate legal frameworks and regulatory systems that address money laundering and financial crimes at both national and international levels.
Understand the roles of various stakeholders, including governments, financial institutions, and international organizations in combating financial crimes.
Develop critical thinking and analytical skills to assess the effectiveness of current laws and regulations in preventing and prosecuting financial crimes.
Explore case studies and real-world examples to illustrate the impact of financial crimes and the challenges in addressing them.