I’m studying and need help with a Business question to help me learn.
Thanks The table of contents is a very good start but do take out the bold.
In regard to the paper, I am not sure where you are with it. Is this the beginning or end-point of the research and writing? Regardless, I suggest that you copy and paste into your paper the actual statutory provisions of the law of Taiwan and the proposed Russian law. Are you able to critique those provisions? Has anyone made a serious review and critique of them? What are the issues involved?
Do you want to compare Taiwan and Russia with other nations’ provisions?
I am not trying to make your paper a burden. The length of your paper is not an issue. You have already said enough about the ill effects of money laundering, fraud, tax evasion and terrorist financing. I think what is interesting is the issue of legal regulation of these new tech markets and the pluses and minuses in the legal responses.
I also recommend that you go into LEXIS and/or WESTLAW and go into their law review libraries and look for law reviews’ articles and journal articles that focus on these issues. The articles would be valuable for your research.
SAMPLE TABLE OF CONTENT BUT MATCH MINE TO THE PAPER THIS IS ANOTHER’S STUDENT’S TABLE OF CONTENT OUR PAPERS ARE VERY DIFFERENT JUST USE THIS AS AN EXAMPLE TO GO BY
Table of Contents
- Why have money-launderers turned to cybercrime in the obscure, dry arena of real estate transactions?
- Wire Fraud is the largest non-title threat faced by title insurers, agents, & their insureds
- the average successful bank robber’s haul is $3,816 while the average successful wire fraud loss is $129,427
- I chose this topic based on my career in the title insurance industry seeing up-close the devastating effects wire fraud has on stakeholder professionals and consumers.
- Wire fraud reports to FBI’s IC3 Division
- FinCEN GTO for all-cash real estate transactions
- Professionals at the center of vulnerability to the risk
- Attorneys and title insurance agencies
- Consumer exposure to wire fraud
- How wire frauds happen – follow the money (mules)
- Clawing back the money (or not)
- The human toll and professional consequences of wire fraud
- Wire fraud is an epidemic
- It can be brought down to a manageable disease
- Unceasing vigilance by the real estate settlement industry
- Employee support
- Stakeholder communication
- Risk management
- Federal requirement for wires to only go to named account recipient
- Multi-factor authentication for all transaction emails
Future Areas of Research
- Deeper dive into the operational practices of individual settlement offices
- Why some firms do things that others refuse
- Will blockchain or crypto-currency help?