This comprehensive and well-written compendium on asset tracing and recovery is a must read for anyone who is serious about the fight against fraudsters and the utility of the available remedies for civil asset recovery practitioners in their fight against fraud/corruption. The combination of professionals and certified fraud examiners from civil/common law jurisdictions as well as the inclusion of several "offshore" countries in the country-specific possibilities for asset tracing/recovery gives the reader a global perspective of the internationally available tools for asset tracing/recovery.
I found Mr. Kenney's introductory analysis of a Fraudster (Chapter: serious Fraud) particularly fascinating and written from a perspective that really makes the fraudster come to life. The use of poetic quotes from English judges were really entertaining and differentiates the book from other duller material on the subject. Davis' section of "tracing of illicit funds" allows any reader to gain a solid understanding of where the concept of tracing originated 200 hundred years ago as well as how the practice of tracing evolves as fraudsters schemes become more sophisticated in a seamless financial system.
The country-specific chapters delve into important topics ranging from business registration/corp. records, civil remedies, the specifics about the legal system by jurisdiction and it's connection to asset recovery/tracing, AML regulation, bank secrecy, actions for disclosure, insolvency law, etc.
Curious as to whether or not the team will produce a sequel to the compendium and what direction that would take.
Great work FraudNet!
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Asset Tracing & Recovery: The FraudNet World Compendium (English Edition) [Print Replica] Format Kindle
'Crime does not pay'. What sounds so easy in theory is hard to keep in practice. Globalization has given criminals an unlimited number of possibilities especially in offshore areas to hide deprived assets. Bernd Klose and the international experts of FraudNet deliver necessary knowledge for tracing & recovering assets worldwide. They show: - the great variety of fraudulent techniques, - international available remedies, - supranational legal sources, - basics of asset tracing and recovery in common law and civil law, - respective national laws, regulations and proceedings of over 40 countries. Addresses and templates make this book a useful work of reference for the daily fight against fraud. For worldwide access to the country specific data, an internet password is provided with the eBook.
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- ASIN : B095JCBM31
- Éditeur : Erich Schmidt Verlag; 1er édition (5 mai 2010)
- Langue : Anglais
- Taille du fichier : 17839 KB
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- Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 1145 pages
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Excellent survey of the law on asset recoveryCommenté aux États-Unis le 2 novembre 2012
This is an excellent survey of the law. I highly recommend that any attorney practicing in the field of transnational asset recovery use this publication as a key reference.
asset tracer's bibleCommenté aux États-Unis le 11 octobre 2010
This book is a must if you are in the asset tracing business. It's a comprehensive manuscript detailing the "how tos" of asset tracing and recovery in virtually every country in the world.