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Master's Dissertation
DOI
https://doi.org/10.11606/D.101.2021.tde-25082021-135154
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Author
Full name
Ana Flávia da Cruz Montemor Cardoso
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2021
Supervisor
Committee
Lins, Maria Antonieta Del Tedesco (President)
Duran, Camila Villard
Rachman, Nora Matilde
Title in Portuguese
A Conformidade da Legislação Brasileira de Prevenção à Lavagem de Dinheiro frente aos Padrões Internacionais
Keywords in Portuguese
Comitê de Basileia
Conformidade
GAFI
Lavagem de Dinheiro
Prevenção
Regime Antilavagem de Dinheiro
Abstract in Portuguese
A diretriz de combate à lavagem de dinheiro tem três pilares de atuação: a prevenção, parte regulatória chamada de PLD - Prevenção à Lavagem de Dinheiro; a cooperação internacional; e o enforcement, parte jurídico-processual. O Brasil tipificou a lavagem de dinheiro no dia 3 de março de 1998 com a Lei 9.613. E, a partir deste marco, o país começou a regulamentar as políticas de PLD e a atuar internacionalmente, tornando-se membro do GAFI - Grupo de Ação Financeira Internacional - em 2000. A legislação nacional vem sendo estabelecida ao longo dos últimos 20 anos, e aproximou o Brasil dos padrões internacionais. Dessa maneira, essa pesquisa busca entender qual o nível de compliance da normativa nacional frente aos padrões internacionais, ao mesmo tempo em que verifica se a aderência a estes padrões é suficiente para garantir a eficácia das políticas de PLD.
Title in English
Brazilian Anti-Money Laundering Legislation Compliance with International Standards.
Keywords in English
Anti-money Laundering Regime
Basel Committee
Compliance
FATF.
Money Laundering
Prevention
Abstract in English
The anti-money laundering regime has three guidelines of action: prevention, the regulatory part; international cooperation; and enforcement, the legal and procedural part. Brazil made money laundering a federal crime on March 3, 1998 with Law 9.613. After this milestone, the country began to regulate AML policies and to act internationally, being a member of the FATF - International Financial Action Group - since 2000. National legislation has been established over the past 22 years and has brought Brazil closer to international standards. Thus, this research seeks to understand the level of compliance of the national legislation compared to the international standards while inquiring whether an alignment to these standards can ensure effectiveness of AML policies.
 
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Release Date
2023-08-25
Publishing Date
2021-10-07
 
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