• Classical and Modern Tendencies in Money Laundering Process. The Challenges of Good Governance

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(Ana Alina Dumitrache, (b. 1981) Assistant Professor, PhD in progress, conducts teaching activities at Law Faculty, Danubius University of Galati and she is involved in specialized scientific research, focusing on money laundering and civil servant status. She has a portfolio of over 30 articles published in national and international journals.)


Based on the model analysis of the International Financial Action Group in the first part of this book, we investigated the development of money laundering techniques in different economic sectors: financial sector, commercial, real estate, casinos, gambling and electronic auctions. We emphasize that the description of money laundering techniques in this chapter has a declarative value, and is far from having exhausted the subject. The contemporary peculiarities of money laundering, namely: economic magnitude of the phenomenon, its links of emphasized transnational nature with organized crime, the professionalism of money launderers, etc. is the reason that justifies our interest to turn our attention to the connections that exist between economic-financial crime, especially tax evasion, money laundering, and tax havens.

MATERIA: money laundering; tax evasion; tax havens; Online Payment Systems; Virtual Casinos; Online Gambling; auctions