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STUDY ON FINANCIAL OFFSHORE CENTRES, THE RISKS AND DEREGULATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL SYSTEM, CAPITAL LAUNDERING AND TERRORISM FINANCING

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Author(s): MADALINA ANTOANETA RADOI | ALEXANDRU OLTEANU

Journal: Challenges of the Knowledge Society
ISSN 2068-7796

Volume: 3;
Issue: -;
Start page: 1077;
Date: 2013;
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Keywords: offshore financial centers (CFO) | risks CFO | FATF (Financial Action Task Force) | FSF (Financial Stability Forum) | bankruptcy risk

ABSTRACT
After the end of the 90’s crisis, the settlement of the international financial system has taken an important place within the international organizations. There are important debates regarding the need of a compulsory reform to prevent crises. Means of preventing crises, especially within the field of foreign vulnerability assessment regard: transparency, following the international regulations and codes, refoundation of the financial compartments, liberalization of the capital movements. In addition, a set of work program is needed regarding the crises settlement and sovereign debt restructuring. Serious matters are requested regarding the adoption of fight tools against money laundering and terrorism finance. Offshore financial centers assessment is placed in the field of activity by refinancing of the financial sector, it is one of the health balance sheet elements achieved by the IMF and by the World Bank within the financial compartment assessment program.
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