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Woolfson Eye Institute Transnational Corruption & Money Laundering Discussion

Woolfson Eye Institute

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I’m studying for my Business class and need an explanation.

Please write one or two paragraphs about each of the matters below.

There is no need to go beyond class materials and/or classes to answer the assignment.

1. Discuss the initiatives of international organizations against transnational corruption and evaluate their successes.

2. Can a person be vicariously liable under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act? If so, discuss the ways and how to protect against such liability.

3. Discuss the international politics of international money laundering policy and why there needs to be a level playing field.Do you think there is a level playing field in practice?

4. Describe the life-cycle of money laundering and what are the methods of money laundering.

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Citations -

Chapter 3 (Money Laundering & Counterterrorism) of International White Collar Crime: Cases and Materials

Chapter 4 (Transnational Corruption) of International White Collar Crime: Cases and Material

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Running head: TRANSNATIONAL CORRUPTION AND MONEY LAUNDERING

Transnational Corruption and Money Laundering
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TRANSNATIONAL CORRUPTION AND MONEY LAUNDERING

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Transnational Corruption and Money Laundering
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International organizations, both regionally-based such as the European Union and
universally based such as the United Nations have various initiatives to help curb transnational
corruption. The primary way that these organizations achieve this is through the formulation of
policies and conventions that outlaw money laundering and bind signatory nations to enforce
regulations that would deter the efforts of money launderers. By curbing money laundering,
these conventions ensure that corruption proceeds are not transferred to offshore accounts and
even if they are the perpetrators can still be punished and the money traced. An example of such
a policy or convention is the 2000 Palermo Convention against Transnational Organized Crime
which strengthen the ability of governments to combat international crime by increasing
international cooperation through provisions such as extradition (Zagaris, 2015).
Second, these organizations have task forces that are specifically aime...

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