NO, BUT… Corruption cases are equally hard to prosecute here in terms of meeting the standard of proof beyond a reasonable doubt of the element of the offense. [...] The role of the Royal Bank of Canada is scattered amount the Panama. [...] Layering involves converting the proceeds of crime into another form and creating complex layers of financial transactions to disguise the audit trail and the source and ownership of funds. [...] The exclusion of lawyers from mandatory suspicious reporting and the right of defense lawyers to benefit from criminal proceeds throws into question the sincerity of those in government who push the anti- money laundering initiative.
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