- large black market economics,
- limited asset seizure or confiscation authority, and
- limited money laundering and financial crime enforcement".
"We also want to focus not only on kingpins but the facilitators such as the lawyers, real estate brokers, bankers, accountants, the corrupt public officials who allow them to operate as they have been,"
The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) 2008 set out Guidance for Legal Professionals which discusses the purpose of the risk based approach. No doubt this has been scrutinized by Bar Associations worldwide and it would be useful for us also to examine same which will we do in Part 2 in general and specifically in the context of the Jamaican experience.