Toward Better Money Laundering Standards: A Critique of Money Laundering Standards Through the Lens of a Qatari Citizen
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Al-Anssari, Reem Ali
A problem and an issue with the institution and the clash of the modern legal system meant to combat money laundering and the realities on the ground. This is because the rules are made up of different legal frameworks and processes that are somewhat different and unique from the mainstream processes of other nations. Hence, the money laundering process and rules do not address issues as they are supposed to be addressing. For all practical purposes, the Qatari money laundering rules and regulations are mainly ceremonial in nature and purpose. And do not seem to be one that will evolve and change to deal with problems and issues as and where necessary. Therefore, this thesis will examine the limitations of law no. 4 of 2010. And it will offer the solutions in form of recommendations alongside plans for an efficient execution.
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