How not to be a money launderer First Edition 25th Anniversary e-book.

How not to be a money launderer was, quite probably, the most influential book about money laundering risk and compliance ever published.

In many respects it still is.

Now, for the first time since 1996, you can get a facsimile of the original book, with its original cover grafted on, as an e-book.

If you don’t know how influential this book was, indeed remains, here are a couple of sources:

Info at and purchase link.

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Ten Things You Need To Know About Dealing With Death


To buy the paperback: visit your local Amazon group site and
search for product code 1507730128 or order through your local bookshop.


Q&A with the author


When a loved-one dies, we don’t know how to feel, we don’t know how to react and we don’t know how to behave. “Ten Things You Need To Know About Dealing With Death” is a quick and easy description of ten simple “Rules” that guide you through the grieving process, in the immediate aftermath of a death, in a practical and sometimes humorous way.

When Nigel Morris-Cotterill’s elderly mother died unexpectedly, he found that one way to help his father come to terms with loss was to set out a series of bullet points.

For fun, he called them “rules.”



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ENJOY! The Time Travellers’ Guide to Eating Out. Repeatedly

Nigel Morris-Cotterill turns his hand, his consummate story telling, and his wicked sense of humour, to fiction and satire.

Nothing is safe from his eagle-eyed observation and biting wit.

What do you do when you are out for a meal and things don’t go quite right?

In “Enjoy! The Time Travellers’ Guide to Eating Out. Repeatedly,” there is a solution. The results are both hilarious and, often, unexpected.

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How not to be a money launderer : Nigel Morris-Cotterill

Essential Reading for money laundering and financial crime practitioners

The avoidance of fraud and money laundering in your organisation

Nigel Morris-Cotterill

First edition: 1996

Second edition: 1998

Second edition reprint ebook: 2010

Second edition reprint paperback: 2011

This book established Nigel Morris-Cotterill as a critical thinker and long-term strategist, explaining a comprehensive approach to help create systems and controls that would be stable and to not require constant change which is both costly and militates against the effectiveness of systems up and down organisations.

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