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RESEARCH BY:- Gaurav Tarachandani RESEARCH ON “MONEY LAUNDERING” RESEARCH DESIGN III BBM – ‘B’ 08D1148

RESEARCH BY:- Gaurav Tarachandani

RESEARCH ON “MONEY LAUNDERING”

RESEARCH DESIGN

III BBM – ‘B’

08D1148

  • b) Organizational goals : Suggestions and findings from this research will not only help the countries to improve their counter measures against money laundering but also various companies like investment banks to take necessary steps in order to prevent this.

To identify how failure in the counter measures of money laundering has affected

the European countries. To identify what improvements can be suggested to the current counter measures which have been adopted again money laundering.

  • a) Description of the ways of money laundering and its impact: Details regarding the various ways in which money laundering is done and the impact it has on the European countries.

  • To compare the amount of money laundered in the European countries with the amount of money laundered all over the world using the same techniques.
    c) Individual goals: the main aim at individual level is to gain an insight of current methods of money laundering used in the world and their impact on the various countries involved.

The project will be useful in different dimensions to suit the requirements of different

The main objectives which the project seeks to achieve are mentioned as follows:

segments; the project is made in accordance with the given parameters:

To analyse the security implications of money laundering.

SCOPE OF STUDY:-

OBJECTIVES:-

Description is used to indicate the money laundering threats and countermeasures in the global environment. The official response as deduced from legislation and other sources such as speeches is used to examine how money laundering counter measures is addressed. Subsequently, through the use of comparative analysis, the differences between the global best practices allow opportunities for improvement to be identified.

The study uses description, analysis and comparison regarding the money laundering counter measures taken by the European countries. The research is based on governmental, intergovernmental and secondary sources. The data collected will be compared with the anti money laundering techniques used by the European countries.

For Descriptive Research, Structured Data Collection is done. The data is collected from secondary sources, such as government websites, UN research papers, FATF website, etc. Necessary information will also be collected from various investment banks and other companies.

As far as the theoretical framework is concerned, the concept of money laundering and its various manifestations served as a basis for subsequent chapters.

Average

Trend Analysis

Moving Average

MACD

The tools used for data analysis are:-

TOOLS FOR DATA COLLECTION:-

TOOLS FOR DATA ANALYSIS:-

RESEARCH DESIGN:-

The only major limitation of the study is that determining the exact amount of money laundered in the country or around the world cannot be determined. However, approximate amounts can be taken from the government and websites of the other organizations currently dealing with the problem of money laundering.

LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY:-