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Thursday, December 19, 2013

"Asset Recovery: U.S."

By RICK S. REIN

Crime is often perceived as something which occurs at the low end of the social spectrum, taking place among the poorer section of the wor1d's society. However, this is not the case, as white collar crime is a considerable problem among even some of the world's biggest corporate entities and is actually one of the most common kinds of crime. Plus, the ongoing economic crisis has done little to slow its occurrence.

The global nature of today's economy makes the process of recovering the assets of fraud and other business crimes all the more difficult. The legal benefits provided by different jurisdictions are often used illegitimately by individuals to hide the proceeds of criminal actions, making it more difficult for the victims of fraud to recover their assets.

Here we take a look at the issues and challenges that can often arise when dealing with asset recovery.

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