This monograph not only examines recurrent trends in dealings with the proceeds of crime in East and Southern Africa. It goes further to probe the strengths and weaknesses of the critical agencies set up to check the abuse of the legitimate entry points to the economy in infusing such proceeds. The monograph comprises seven chapters.

CHAPTER 1: Challenges of combating money laundering in bureaux de change
CHAPTER 2: Money laundering in the South African real estate market today
CHAPTER 3: Challenges of establishing financial intelligence units
CHAPTER 4: Detecting and investigating money laundering in Kenya
CHAPTER 5: Legal professional privilege/intermediary confidentiality: The challenge for anti-money laundering
CHAPTER 6: Flogging a dead horse: The incongruity of measures against terrorist financing in Southern Africa
CHAPTER 7: Tracing the proceeds of crime in Southern Africa