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AUSTRAC Typologies and Case Studies Report 2009

AUSTRAC has issued a new typologies report which outlines some of the latest money laundering methods and other financial crimes in Australia.

The AUSTRAC Typologies and Case Studies Report 2009 presents a range of case studies that highlight illicit activities.

The report also features many 'red flag' indicators of suspicious customer behaviour, and crimes including card skimming, early release super schemes, Ponzi schemes, 'boiler room scams', and internet, lottery and sweepstake scams.

June 26, 2009 in Anti-money laundering | Permalink


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