European Money Trails
Routledge – 1999 – 230 pages
European Money Trails examines trends in organized crime across Europe, including money laundering methods and the mechanisms and instruments used to conceal the disposal of the proceeds of crime.
By drawing on primary and other authoritative sources, Savona provides a report on national experiences of criminal organization unavailable elsewhere. It will prove especially useful to policymakers and users, as well as scholars looking to understand the criminal dynamics that underlie sophisticated, international offending.
"The fact that it collates information from many sources makes it a useful resource - and for those engaged in development of strategies for money laundering prevention within organisations - especially those in internationally active businesses - it will prove a useful reader."