These guidelines detail the most common practices used by money launderers when transacting funds through financial entities. Its purpose is to inform said entities of the multiple forms in which money laundering can appear, and how to best recognize it. For example, it divides transactions under three stages, placement, layering and integration, to best recognize irregularities through each stage. It details suspicious consumer or company employer behaviors which may help surface these irregularities.
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