Trends in Organized Crime

, Volume 2, Issue 3, pp 39–42 | Cite as

Combating Organized Financial Fraud and Money Laundering in the European Union: Recent Developments and Perspectives

Paper presented at the Second Meeting of the Roundtable on “Transnational Illicit Practices Threatening Trade Relations and Civil Stability,” The European Institute, Washington, DC, January 16,1997
  • Lothar Kuhl


In 1999 the European Union will enter the third and final stage of monetary union. The very precise timetable of economic and financial integration requires the growing de-velopment of the legal and administrative structures at Union level to prevent, to control and to punish organized financial crime at transnational level and money laundering of the proceeds of such fraud.


Organize Crime Crime Prevention Money Laundering Monetary Union Drug Trafficking 
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© Springer 1997

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  • Lothar Kuhl

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