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Money laundering through Indian NGOs

Indian NGOs and the risk of Laundering Voluntary organizations receiving more than Rs. 11,500 crore ($1.9 billion) in foreign funds annually, the Home Ministry has warned that the NGOs could be vulnerable...

Value of certification in Anti Money Laundering

“Is it worth my time and money to get CAME?” The short answer to your question is yes, CAME certification can be of great value to you if you are trying to...
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Beyond 331 Names – Stock Market Money Laundering Techniques

Securities Exchange Board of India announced the names of 331 entities which were referred to the Ministry of the Corporate Affairs by the Indian IRS during the investigations related to the...

Diamond Money laundering

Diamond Money Laundering Research Study on Diamond Money Laundering, based on information provided voluntarily by countries and organizations of the global diamond sector, and drafted in partnership with the Egmont Group of...

Commonly used TBML Techniques

TBML techniques are becoming popular as an alternative remittance system that allows to move the proceeds of illegal activities disguised as legitimate trade. Trade provides ample opportunities to earn money over...

Conceptual Development of Money Laundering

Introduction Money laundering is an inevitable extension of organized crime and an essential aspect of any profit –generating criminal activity. Broadly stated the term money-laundering means any process or activity connected...
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Sowing tainted money in Indian Agriculture Sector

Today is March, the 31st; last day of the accounting/taxation year. Accountants and auditors are having a busy day finalizing accounts, similarly would be “smart” brains using colorable devices to avoid...

Tackling Money Laundering in NGO Sector in India

Nonprofit organizations have always caught the attention of philanthropists as well amusement of thieves. In this context, the formation and operations of Nonprofit organizations (NPO’s or NGO’s as they are popularly...

UCO Bank Money Laundering Case

Indo Iran Scam was at the root of the UCO Bank Money Laundering case. Enforcement Directorate (ED) has found that nine foreign nationals - mostly from Iran and Azerbaijan - entered...

The deep roots of shell companies in India

Problem of Shell companies is widespread.Identifying these companies have became a challenge for the enforcement and investigative agencies as they are used in the wider money laundering activities. The layers of these...

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