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Definition von laundering im Englisch Türkisch wörterbuch

laundering process
(Tekstil) yıkama işlemi
launder
(giysi) yıkayıp ütülemek
launder
yıkayıp ütüle
Anti-money laundering
Kara para aklama
anti-money laundering
Anti-Money Laundering (AML) iş a term mainly used in the financial and legal ındustries to describe the legal controls that require financial institutions and other regulated entities to prevent, detect and report money laundering activities
launder
(Launder illicit money) Kara para aklamak
money laundering
Kara para aklama
fight against money laundering
(Politika, Siyaset) kara para aklamayla mücadele
launder
{f} yıkayıp ütülemek
launder
aklamak

Para aklamak tam olarak nedir? - What exactly is money laundering?

Onu daha güzel ve çekici yapmak için dili aklamak mümkündür. - It is possible to launder language to make it more appealing and uplifting.

launder
çamaşır yıkamak
launder
yıkanabilir olmak
launder
yıkamak
launder
{f} (çamaşır) yıkamak
launder
çamaşır yıkayıp ütüle,yıkayıp ütüle
launder
laundry list çamaşır listesi
launder
laundryman umumi çamaşırhanede çalışan adam
launder
kirli çamaşır
launder
çamaşır yıkama
launder
yıkayıp ütülemek laundress çamaşırcı kadın
launder
laundry çamaşırhane
launder
uzun ve etraflı liste
money laundering
(Avrupa Birliği) kara paranın aklanması
Englisch - Englisch
Present participle of launder
The act, or occupation, of one who launders; washing and ironing
washing clothes and bed linens
Any and all steps resorted so as to restore soiled articles to usable condition Laundering embraces sorting, washing, rinsing, water extraction, and drying Optional treatments may include starching and ironing
Laundering is the process of cleaning illicitly gained money so that it appears to others to have come from, or to be going to, a legitimate source
The practice of moving funds through numerous accounts and/or banks, one after another, in an attempt to conceal the source of the money
{i} washing of clothes; pass illegal funds through an intermediary in order to disguise the source and make them appear legitimate
diesel laundering
The process of removing the dyes added to untaxed diesel fuel, to enable it to be sold illegally as regular fuel at a substantial markup
launder
To wash; to wash, and to smooth with a flatiron or mangle; to wash and iron
launder
To lave; to wet
launder
A gutter (for rainwater)
money laundering
The act of engaging in transactions designed to obscure the origin of money that has been obtained illegally
Anti-money laundering
Anti-money laundering ("AML") is a term mainly used in the financial and legal industries to describe the legal controls that require financial institutions and other regulated entities to prevent or report money laundering activities
money laundering
Money laundering is the process of concealing the source of money obtained by illicit means
launder
To launder money that has been obtained illegally means to process it through a legitimate business or to send it abroad to a foreign bank, so that when it comes back nobody knows that it was illegally obtained. The House voted today to crack down on banks that launder drug money. + launderer launderers laun·der·er a businessman and self-described money launderer
launder
To wash, as clothes; to wash, and to smooth with a flatiron or mangle; to wash and iron; as, to launder shirts
launder
A trough used by miners to receive the powdered ore from the box where it is beaten, or for carrying water to the stamps, or other apparatus, for comminuting, or sorting, the ore
launder
Wooden box for the conveyance of water
launder
To disguise the source of ill-gotten wealth by various means
launder
cleanse with a cleaning agent, such as soap, and water; "Wash the towels, please!"
launder
A washerwoman
launder
{f} do laundry; wash and iron; be washed; pass through an intermediary in order to disguise the source (as of illegal funds)
launder
When you launder clothes, sheets, and towels, you wash and iron them. How many guests who expect clean towels every day in an hotel launder their own every day at home?
launder
convert illegally obtained funds into legal ones
launder
{i} trough or flume used in cleaning ore (Mining)
launder
to process illegally-obtained money through more than one bank, in order to conceal its origin
launder
A trough used by miners to receive powdered ore from the box where it is beaten, or for carrying water to the stamps, or other apparatus for comminuting (sorting) the ore
launder
To manipulate and move around illegally acquired cash so that it appears to be legally acquired
money laundering
Popular term used to describe the process whereby criminals conceal illicitly acquired funds by converting them into seemingly legitimate income While the term refers to the proceeds of organized crime generally, it is now most often associated with financial activities of drug dealers who seek to launder the large amounts of cash generated from the sale of narcotics
money laundering
Money that is made through illegal activities needs to be entered into the banking system so it can be moved from place efficiently and stored securely Currency (cash, money orders, traveler's checks, etc ) can only be deposited in increments below $10,000 to avoid being reported A endless array of schemes has developed for the purpose of "Structuring" and "Laundering" currency in the process of converting it from "dirty" to "clean" funds The major risk to a bank is in the potential for complicity and violation of Bank Secrecy Act requirements
money laundering
The process of concealing the criminal origins or uses of cash so that it appears the funds involved are from legitimate sources A crime in most major nations
money laundering
The conversion or transfer of property derived from a criminal offense for the purpose of concealing, or disguising, the illicit origin of the property, or of assisting any person who is involved in the commission of such an offense, to evade the legal consequences of the action; the concealment or disguise of the true nature, source, location, disposition, movement, rights with respect to, or ownership of property, knowing that such property is derived from a criminal offense
money laundering
The process by which large amounts of illegally obtained money (from drug trafficking, terrorist activity or other serious crimes) is given the appearance of having originated from a legitimate source Some estimate annual amounts of laundered money exceed $500 billion Often thought of as a victimless crime, money laundering is a very serious issue Without it, international organized crime cannot function 1
money laundering
turning money acquired illegally to legal money via illegal methods, legitimizing money that was either acquired illegally or that taxes were never paid on it
money laundering
Generally speaking, 'money laundering' is the introduction of illegally gained assets into the legal financial system with the aim of covering up its true origin According to the Act on the tracing of profits from serious offences (in short: 'Money Laundering Act') of 25 October 1993, the banks and their employees are obliged to identify customers in the case of suspicious business transactions, to inform the criminal prosecution authorities if money laundering is suspected and to take internal measures to prevent money laundering The information ascertained is to be recorded and stored The data thus obtained may in principle only be used to prosecute money laundering, and not to punish tax offences
money laundering
concealing the source of illegally gotten money
money laundering
Conduct or acts designed in whole or in part to conceal or disguise the nature, location, source, ownership or control of money (can be currency or equivalents, e g , checks, electronic transfers, etc ) to avoid a transaction reporting requirement under state or federal law or to disguise the fact that the money was acquired by illegal means
money laundering
Making a campaign contribution to an elected official (or to a campaign committee, PAC, or political party) through one or more third parties -- as a device for disguising the source of a contribution and getting around contribution limits For example, during 1989-1991, the Evergreen America Corp funneled illegal campaign contributions totaling $172,000 to local and state officials in California in the form of $500 checks from dozens of Evergreen employees, friends, and relatives whom the corporation had secretly reimbursed
money laundering
When illegal money is made to appear legal by passing it through a bank or legal business
money laundering
The process by which the sources of illegally obtained money is disguised The process is comprised of three phases; placing, layering and integration The Criminal Justice Act 1993 identifies three offences which carry individual liability; assisting, tipping off and failure to report a suspicion
money laundering
The false reporting of income from criminal activity as income from legitimate business
money laundering
Money laundering is the crime of processing stolen money through a legitimate business or sending it abroad to a foreign bank, to hide the fact that the money was illegally obtained. the largest money-laundering scandal in history. when money that has been obtained illegally is put into legal businesses or bank accounts in different countries, so that it is difficult for people to discover where it came from
laundering

    Türkische aussprache

    lôndırîng

    Aussprache

    /ˈlôndərəɴɢ/ /ˈlɔːndɜrɪŋ/

    Etymologie

    [ 'lon-d&r, 'län- ] (verb.) 1664. Middle English launder, n..

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