Investigating Suspicious Transactions through High Value Networks in Financial Intelligence Services

Provided by: International Journal of Computer Science and Information Technologies
Topic: Networking
Format: PDF
Financial crimes can be explained as those crimes that are committed by people of high status for the purpose of their occupation, some of the most obvious types of white collar crimes include bank frauds, bribery, measure and weight crimes, extortion, black mail, counterfeit, computer frauds and insider trading, Bank Fraud involves actions in which a person is involved in the activities whose purpose is to defraud a bank of its funds; black mail involves a person demanding money from another person using threats such as injury of property or accusation of a crime or even the exposure of a secret. The given paper aims to identify the high value networks containing suspicious transactions in financial intelligence sector.

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