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Online Gambling as a Game Changer to Money Laundering?
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Online Gambling as a Game Changer to Money Laundering?

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(March 2014)

 
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Ingo Fiedler describes in detail how money laundering (which is a necessity for the organized crime) works and how this can be done through online gambling. He identifies eight factors why online gambling systems can be used for money laundering. Furthermore, the transaction structures of different types of money laundering are described on the basis of a drug dealer and the different scales of his criminal proceeds. Fiedler discusses the relation between the costs of money laundering and the crime level in society. In his opinion, it is necessary to enforce the laws against illegal operators in offshore jurisdictions.


quotable essay from ...
The Political Economy of Offshore Jurisdictions
Walter Otto Ötsch, Gerd Grözinger, Karl Michael Beyer, Lars Bräutigam (eds.):
The Political Economy of Offshore Jurisdictions
the author
Dr. Ingo Fiedler
Ingo  Fiedler

Post-Doc am Institut für Recht der Wirtschaft, Universität Hamburg