SAS: A Unified Front Making the Case for Integrating Fraud and Anti-Money Laundering Processes

Meyer Lansky is not exactly a household name, and he has been gone for nearly 30 years, but his influence is felt every day. Lansky is credited as the father of modern money laundering.

After Al Capone went to prison, Lansky realized he needed to hide the sources of his money. He laundered an estimated $1 billion from his casino empire through accounts and businesses in Switzerland, Hong Kong, South America and the Caribbean.

By all accounts, he pioneered the offshore model well. Lansky

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