Criminal Analysis in the Prevention of Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism

By: Mirna Zárate Hernández, Social Partner Background to Crime Analysis In England in the early XNUMXth century, Sir Robert Peel introduced Crime Analysis by recognizing the need to store crime records and criminal information, but why store this type of records? In order to know what crimes are ... Continue reading Criminal Analysis in the Prevention of Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism

The most powerful Terrorist Organizations in the world

Terrorism can be defined as the systematic use of terror through the use of physical or psychological violence to coerce societies or governments. Terrorism uses a wide range of organizations that can be political parties, corporations, religious groups, racists, independence groups, revolutionaries, conservatives or governments in power, as well as groups or individuals within the promotion of their ... Continue reading The most powerful Terrorist Organizations in the world

Enact Law against Money Laundering in the Dominican Republic

A few days ago, the President of the Dominican Republic, Danilo Medina, enacted Law 155-17 against Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing, and its respective regulations. Approved and with characteristic The incoming Law is the substitution of the today abrogated 72-02 on the Laundering of Assets from the Illicit Drug Trafficking, approved… Continue reading Enact Law against Money Laundering in the Dominican Republic

Somalia. The conflicts in the most corrupt country in the world.

Somalia has been characterized as a country in conflict, in 1991 a long civil war was brought about by the poor living conditions of the inhabitants, since then-President Syaad Barré established a socialist government in 1969. Derived from The civil war formed several independent states. … Continue reading Somalia. The conflicts in the most corrupt country in the world.

Was Ireland lucky in the FATF mutual evaluation?

From November 03 to 17 of last year, the advisers of the Financial Action Group (FATF) assisted Ireland to evaluate and make the corresponding report (mutual evaluation) that analyzes the measures that the country has taken in compliance with the 40 recommendations and their level of effectiveness in preventing money laundering and ... Continue reading Was Ireland lucky in the FATF mutual evaluation?

USA & Arabia VS Financing of Terrorism

The main purpose of terrorist financing is to get the money to those who are in charge of terrorist action. However, alternative transfer channels to the banking system are also used. The US and the Arab monarchies of the Gulf will develop the creation of a center to combat sources of financing of terrorism on the occasion of a meeting in ... Continue reading USA & Arabia VS Financing of Terrorism

Terrorist in London: New Attack

Terrorism is a form of violence which is used by extremist organizations to instill terror in the population. It operates through two forms of violence: Physical • Kidnappings • Murders • Attacks • Torture Moral Violence • Destruction of Assets • Explosives • Fires Both types are repeatedly and indiscriminately executed against… Continue reading Terrorist in London: New Attack