Journal of Financial Crime
(2001-1 year ago) The Journal of Financial Crime, the leading journal in this field, publishes authoritative, practical and detailed insight in the most serious and topical issues relating to the control and prevention of financial crime and related abuse. The journal's articles are authored by some of the leading international scholars and practitioners in the fields of law, criminology, economics, criminal justice and compliance. Consequently, articles are perceptive, evidence based and have policy impact. The journal covers a wide range of current topics including, but not limited to: Tracing through the civil law of the proceeds of fraud, Cyber-crime: prevention and detection, Intelligence led investigations, Whistleblowing and the payment of rewards for information, Identity fraud, Insider dealing prosecutions, Specialised anti-corruption investigations, Underground banking systems, Asset tracing and forfeiture, Securities regulation and enforcement, Tax regimes and tax avoidance, Deferred prosecution agreements, and Personal liability of compliance managers and professional advisers.