Acta Universitatis Danubius. Juridica, Vol 15, No 1 (2019)

Money Laundering

Agron Beka

Abstract


"Money laundering" is a widespread phenomenon of organized crime in contemporary society, especially in countries that are in transition. This phenomenon includes various criminal transactions and activities from which such money has been earned. In order to lose track of how initial financial capital was created, they invest different fields, such as: construction, real estate turnover, financial, banking, business, etc. In other words, with depositing and investing these funds in these areas, this money are used as "laundered", reflected as money allegedly earned by lawful activities. In this way, companies are formed which use the "dirty” money as a cover for their business activities.



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