FCRM 504 Financial Crimes

Academic Year

This is a three credit course whose emphasis is on domestic and international money laundering, terrorist financing and compliance and, secondly, on bribery and corruption. This course includes comparative studies of foreign anti-money laundering regimes, case studies and policy discussions. Goals of the course include analyses of the key players and typologies, the complex evolution of the legal regimes and an evaluation of the effectiveness of the legal regimes. The course concludes with a review of the defenses against financial crimes and the resources for researching the problems and defenses.