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sia Business Forum

8th Annual Fraud and Financial Crimes Conference

Kuala Lumpur, April 2010.

Corruption

Nigel Morris-Cotterill


This article looks at one of the reasons the so-called offshore sector is so badly maligned in reports that appear to lay the blame for many of the world's financial crime ills at its door.

This article first appeared in China Offshore magazine Spring 2011 issue.


This article, published in China Offshore's Autumn 2010 issue explains that there is a difference between the uses of the term "offshore."


This article has been cited and plagiarised so many times I have lost count. It, or a lightly edited version, has been uncovered in many countries. As of January 2022, it continues to be cited in academic papers all over the world. Citing is good (so long as apt credit is given). Unauthorised replication and thin re-writes are not. So, here is it, as first published in Foreign Policy magazine (USA) on 1 June 2001 . Foreign Policy is, incidentally, the citation you should give for the article. For me, cite "www.countermoneylaundering.com...


The International Association of
Counterterrorism and Security Professionals

ASEAN Security Symposium

Monday 27 August 2018: 16:15
Intercontinental Hotel, Kuala Lumpur

Panel: The Regional Terrorism Financing Landscape

Speaker / Panellist Nigel Morris-Cotterill

Conventional Money, Unconventional Aims:
How Terrorists Are At The Forefront Of Financial Crime Risks