Carolyn Budd


Anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing across the globe: a comparative study of regulatory action

The primary aims of those who commit economic crimes are to secure a financial advantage and to be able to make use of stolen funds without being detected by police and regulatory agencies. Many criminals, but by no means all, seek to disguise the origins...

Consumer fraud in Australia: costs, rates and awareness of risks in 2008

This paper examines the current evidence of the cost, extent of and awareness of consumer fraud in Australia. In 2008, the ABS found that approximately five percent of the Australian population reported being victimised by consumer scams, with personal losses reaching almost $1b. This paper...