In these essays experts in financial crime, regulation and markets provide an international analysis of the market for trusts and explain how digital disruption is refashioning the legal services market. They also explore how whistleblowing, as in the example of the Panama Papers, has undermined the offshore secrecy market; how technology has impacted insider-trading behaviour and the regulatory response; and why criminal risks posed by new technologies must be managed under global anti-money laundering standards. Critical issues in the legitimacy or illegitimacy of markets and the role of regulation in preventing and investigating financial crime are addressed.
- The Market for Trusts: An International Overview of Their Legitimate Uses and Users
- Offshore Financial Secrecy and Crime in the Technological Age
- Startups and Legal Services in an Age of Digital Disruption
- Insider Trading and Technology
- Panel Discussion: Insider Trading, Continuous Disclosure and Securities Trading Policies: Are They Effective from an Executive Perspective?
Panel: Juliette Overland, Rachel Launders, Dominic Millgate & Matthew Egerton-Warburton
- Combating Financial Crimes in Australia: Some Reflections on What Criminologists Can Contribute
- Banks, New Technologies and the International Standards Against Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing