money laundering

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Noun1.money laundering - concealing the source of illegally gotten moneymoney laundering - concealing the source of illegally gotten money
concealing, hiding, concealment - the activity of keeping something secret
Translations
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blanchiment d’argentblanchiment d'argent
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Salam stressed that the approved laws provided a complete legal umbrella for money laundry, transferring money and funding terrorism, pointing out that the Lebanese Banks have always committed to the international standards and regulations in this regard.
Financial inclusion has another great importance, which is protecting the entire globe from money laundry operations, she said.
The Foreign Exchange and Remittance Group (FERG), comprising of businesses engaged in money exchange and remittances, has conducted Anti- Money Laundry (AML) training to over 1500 front-line staff members operating in the industry all over the UAE.
Pursuing the Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) signed between the presidents of Iran and Tajikistan, fight against terrorism, smuggling of goods and weapons, and money laundry were among other issues discussed at the meeting.
What might be a well-intentioned fundraiser for a civic organization during a legislative session - when all of the state's officeholders are on hand in Austin - instead ends up looking like a campaign finance money laundry.
He said that Tehran and Beijing can cooperate with each other in fighting international terrorism, preventing the illegal production and trafficking of illicit drugs, smuggling of goods, specially antiques, money laundry and counterfeit of banknotes and securities.
Eight: The Cabinet noted the ratification by the Shura Council and House of Representatives of the amendments of Decree Number 4 (for the year 2001) regarding the prohibition and combat of money laundry and financing terrorism, which was amended by Law Number 54 (2006).
The resolution was based on the experiences from the Martine case, and aimed at reducing international serious crimes such as trafficking, drug dealing, money laundry, kidnapping, rape, murder or terrorism in today's mobile world.
BAGHDAD/ Aswat al-Iraq: The Iraqi Cabinet formed a body to counter money laundry and terrorism financing.
Summary: The Money Laundry Reporting Office in Switzerland (MROS) received 55 Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) involving Egypt in 2011, a recent MROS report has revealed.