20201118 Source of funds, source of wealth and unexplained wealth.

When Des Hellicar-Bowman referred to a 19th Century book, “The Theory of the Leisure Classes” by Thorstein Veblen, I knew it would be good because Mr Hellicar-Bowman and I take a similar view of financial crime in that it the only way to understand it and therefore to effectively counter it is to make a broad study of everything to do with it, including those things that appear to be only peripherally relevant.

The book is obliquely applicable to financial crime but it is directly relevant to how we view assets and source of funds and source of wealth. Here’s what I found….

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